eve® & Minifors 2

Next generation laboratory interfaces

INFORS HT sets a new standard for laboratory user interfaces. The company focuses on the user needs in order to integrate them in the development process. The products as a result are clean and easy to use.

About eve®

The eve® software integrates workflows, devices, bioprocess information and big data in a web-based platform. The cross platform compatibility reduces the nuisance of having a different software for every reactor used in a lab. It can combine many products of different manufacturers within one intuitive software.
In 2017 the eve® software was awarded the «Best of Swiss Web Award Bronze» in the category «Business».
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About Minifors 2

The Minifors 2 is a compact and easy-to-use bioreactor with a full range of application possibilities. It is a complete package that enables both beginners and experienced users to easily perform microbial applications.
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In 2017 the Minfors 2 was awarded the iF Gold Award for products:
«This bioreactor controller has clearly been developed with a user-centered design approach. The designers have observed the use of this product in laboratories, and refined it as a result of these findings. From a styling point of view the product communicates quality and trust, from material choice and finish to a clear user interface design on the large display screen.»
iF Gold statement

Our efforts

While working as a research associate at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland (FHNW), Didier had the opportunity to design the interfaces for the two INFORS HT products Minifors 2 and Eve. They were the starting point of a new visual brand language for all upcoming user interfaces for INFORS HT. The interfaces were designed to represent the key brand values innovation, professionality, originality and cleanness.
When Redefine was founded,  INFORS HT continued collaborating with Didier. We are proud to be responsible for the current and future design of these innovative products.

Challenges

  • Creating a single visual language, that works for a web based application as well as an embedded software for laboratory hardware.