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Yenchih Yao Eatwell Assistive Tableware Set
Eatwell Assistive Tableware Set is Golden Design Award winner in 2016 - 2017 Differently Abled and Seniors' Assistance Design Award Category.
Eatwell Assistive Tableware Set

Eatwell is a set of dishware that makes eating easier for people with cognitive (such as Alzheimer's and other dementias), motor (Parkinson's disease, various scleroses), physical (injury, infirmity), and visual difficulties. Major features include 1) High-contrast colors help users distinguish food from tableware and stimulate appetite 2) Specially curved spoons match the contours of the bowls to provide smoother, and easier motions 3) Slanted bottoms and deep chambers collect food at corners for easier scooping. 4)Anti-tip design prevents accidents from tipped cups and mugs.

Eatwell Assistive Tableware Set
Yenchih Yao Eatwell
Yenchih Yao Assistive Tableware Set
Yenchih Yao design
Yenchih Yao design
Yenchih Yao

I was inspired by my late grandmother who had Alzheimer's and created an assistive tableware set for people with special needs. Its universal, user-centric design can benefit those with cognitive (such as Alzheimer's and other dementias), motor (Parkinsons disease, various scleroses)physical (injury, infirmity) impairments. With over 20 unique features in every set, the Eatwell Assistive Tableware design won the inaugural Design Challenge from the prestigious Stanford Center on Longevity in 2014.

Sha Design LLC

Sha Design LLC is an industrial design consultancy work on consumer and commercial product design from concept development, prototype construction, patent preparation, CAD engineering drawings, and manufacturing resources for clients. Our self-developed product set which is called Eatwell was featured by Time Magazine in 2016. People have been impressed by the deep research, and problem-solving skills applied to the product set. Eatwell won 2014 Stanford Design Challenge in a competition with 52 other teams in 15 countries. Products have also been featured by Time magazine, CNN, Fast Company, BCC, Buzzfeed, and more.