special issue

Technology Development in Innovation Design

Bringing Technical Expertise to Numerous Industries

December 5, 2016

Continuum partners with companies and entrepreneurs in the health, medical, government, industrial and consumer categories to turn existing and emerging technologies into valuable, holistic solutions. We excel at maturing technologies to manufacturing scale, and integrating our work with client organizations and their production partners.

Continuum’s technologists, engineers, and designers are skilled at understanding fundamental science, whether it’s demonstrated on a lab bench, on paper, or in a very early prototype. Trade-offs associated with different product architectures are combined with usability engineering within our design process to mitigate product and development risk.

We're equally comfortable working with large established companies or with start-ups, whose constrained funding, rapid development, and funding cycles create unique project needs. Whether following strict design controls adherent to FDA regulations or our internal development best practices, we're a strategic partner who can effectively meet your business, service, interaction, and commercialization needs.

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