The recently launched Océ ColorWave 500 and 700, and Océ ColorWave 900 wide format printers also won iF Product Design Awards, alongside several other Canon devices, marking the 21st consecutive year that Canon has received iF Design Awards for its products.
“The Océ PlotWave and ColorWave printers represent the perfect balance of visual and functional design,” said Yuichi Miyano, Director, Wide Format Printing Group, Canon Europe. “They feature unique internal elements to deliver high quality and reliable print output at high speeds. Ergonomic features make the printers easy to use, while high quality aesthetics make them fit naturally into any working environment. Finally, the touchscreen-based user interface is a particularly unique design element, providing an intuitive and reliable print workflow.
“The iF Design Awards are well respected worldwide for setting the standard in modern technology design, and it is an honour to receive awards for our Océ ColorWave and PlotWave range, including an iF Gold Product Design Award for the Océ PlotWave 500.”
The iF Design Awards were established in 1953 and recognise outstanding design achievements across several different disciplines. Canon first won an iF Product Design Award in 1989, and has regularly been recognised by the awards for a wide range of products.