CUPERTINO Digital Billboard by PARTTEAM & OEMKIOSKS wins European Product Design Award 2023

The CUPERTINO Digital Billboard, developed by PARTTEAM & OEMKIOSKS, won the European Product Design Awards 2023, in the EVENT SUPPLIES/Event Furniture: Kiosks category.

The European Product Design Awards, or EPDA, recognizes the work of talented international product designers, whose role is to improve everyday life with their practical creations designed for the Future. The aim is to reward strategic thinking and creativity when creating an authentic product.

CUPERTINO Digital Billboard

The CUPERTINO digital billboard presents itself as an interactive digital billboard that integrates digital tools combined to provide positive and innovative experiences for its users.

Its design – with simple, modern lines – was designed to be used anywhere, whether indoors or outdoors. CUPERTINO combines the quality of the best technological components and the best materials with an unmistakable design.

As it was designed for spaces with a large number of people, the option for two displays is an effective way of allowing multiple users to use it simultaneously.

Innovation is the key word for any successful product. Therefore, PARTTEAM & OEMKIOSKS decided to challenge itself and create a Digital Billboard with minimalist and sober lines that give the kiosk an incredibly modern and robust look.

Available in three versions, CUPERTINO can be made entirely of steel; It can be completely made of glass or it can just have front protective glass for the display.

The design of a product is not just about its aesthetics. It also expresses ergonomics and the ability to adapt to different concepts and provide new and improved experiences for users.

The entire PARTTEAM & OEMKIOSKS company is happy and proud with this distinction, which reflects the team's commitment, dedication and work.

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