DTEN Wins Two Good Design Awards


DTEN, a provider of video-first, touch-enabled conferencing solutions received two 2022 Good Design Awards. DTEN ONboard and DTEN Mate were both selected by the organization’s jury for an award.

“GOOD DESIGN recognition validates DTEN’s dedication to advancing technology while maintaining simplicity of design,” says Nia Celestin, the company’s Head of Marketing. “The awards also reflect our commitment to providing best-in-class solutions for the evolving world of hybrid work and blended learning.”

DTEN ONboard, developed in tandem with Zoom, enables in-room and remote team members to actively collaborate in real time. Everyone can equally participate, share, and ideate, regardless of location.

DTEN Mate is the advanced touch-driven controller for easily scheduling and managing video meetings. It works seamlessly with DTEN’s video collaboration devices and equally well with any manufacturer’s existing Zoom Rooms hardware.

The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design and The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies administered the awards and said they received a record number of submissions. “In November/December, the 72nd GOOD DESIGN jury convened to select over 1,100 product designs and graphics from over 50 nations worthy of the GOOD DESIGN Award for their design excellence,” they said.

Celestin said the DTEN product map will continue to focus on innovation, superior design and affordability in 2023. “Look for further advancements in hybrid solutions, additional focus on replicating face-to-face experiences, and new tools to promote productive collaborations.”