Joan Receives Red Dot Design Award Achieved through Innovative Agile Development

Joan, the meeting room scheduling solution by Visionect, has received the prestigious Red Dot award for best product design, handpicked from over 5,200 entries from across the globe.

The recognition is a validation of Joan’s impeccable design and innovative product development, fueled by Joan’s earliest users. This includes several most influential organizations in the world, among them Microsoft, Dell and Dreamworks.

Powered by advanced Visionect technology, Joan Meeting Room Assistant is a next generation room booking device, the product of invaluable user input which shaped the door label’s functionality and features. As proof of this agile development approach, Joan has been awarded with the Red Dot, the highest international distinction for high design quality.

The Red Dot Design Award is one of the largest competitions in the world, and is broken down into the three distinct disciplines: the Red Dot Award: Communication Design, Red Dot Award: Design Concept, and the Red Dot Award: Product Design.

Joan won best Product Design, standing out among over 5,200 products by participants from 57 nations entered in this year’s competition.

In developing Joan’s features customer input proved invaluable, especially that of Joan’s early adopters, companies across the globe who were among the first to use the door label. This included some of the largest corporations in the world, among them Microsoft, Hyundai, Dreamworks, The Huffington Post and Dell.

Their feedback allowed for quick and efficient insight into user needs, creating a well of information about how to enhance Joan’s functions and design, and creating a product that is, above all, demand-driven.