image description
News: 2nd Best Company to Work for in NH

Sunrise Labs is proud to be recognized as one of Business NH Magazine’s top 2020 Best Companies to Work For! Read More >

image description
Podcast: Continuous Integration and Automated Testing: When, Why, and How

Developing and testing medical device software is complex, and takes a multi-disciplinary team to architect, design, implement and test . Build quality and test execution is of utmost importance. From this technically focused podcast you will learn about development tools and methods that can be used to ensure that team members work efficiently and effectively. Read More >

image description
Podcast: What is User Centered Design; Why Does it Work?

In this next episode, we define User-Centered Design, including the three major disciplines in a UCD team: UX / UI Design, Industrial Design, and Human Factors Engineering. We discuss how a combined structure like this can help organizations be more effective with a holistic approach to the user experience of your product. Read More >

News: Sunrise Labs Recognizes Rich Thomas

Sunrise Labs, a leading provider of product development solutions to medical device OEM’s, recognized one of its longest tenured employees, Rich Thomas, in celebrating his 25 year anniversary with the company.

Podcast: Leverage your User-Centered Design Consultants Effectively

In this first episode, we discuss tips that will enable you to work effectively with your (User Centered Design) UCD consultants.

Podcast: User-Centered by Design Podcast Series

In this series by Sunrise Labs, our UCD Team talks about challenges you might face when creating a smooth user experience in MedTech.

Podcast: Making Bright Ideas Work

Join us as we discuss the requirements of bringing your products from mind to market!

Podcast: User-Centered by Design Podcast

Don’t miss the all-new podcast, hosted by the Sunrise Labs UCD team!

News: Sunrise Labs Donates to the NH Food Bank

In lieu of corporate Holiday gifts this year, we have donated $2000 to the New Hampshire Food Bank so they can continue doing their important work.

More Articles