Aliph today announced that Jawbone, its acclaimed adaptive headset, has been awarded a 2004 GOOD DESIGN Award from The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design competition. Jawbone continues to amass awards and was an honoree for the Innovations 2005 Design and Engineering Showcase in the Wireless Communications category at this month's Consumer Electronics Show (CES).
In addition, the Jawbone design recently was nominated in the Industrial Design category for the WIRED Rave Awards, which celebrate "The People Changing Your Mind," leading innovators in 14 categories including Industrial Design, Business Leader, Film Director, Architect, Scientist, and Tech Innovator.
Jawbone is a revolutionary new headset for mobile phones, designed to perform at a radically higher level to overcome the challenges of a noisy environment. Jawbone combines advanced technology with breakthrough product design to deliver greater performance, comfort, and style for exceptional user experience.
Jawbone's sophisticated and expressive design was created by San Francisco-based industrial designer Yves Behar, of fuseproject. "The Jawbone headset is an expression of personal style combined with advanced technology," Behar said. "It's a great honor to be a recipient of this esteemed award from The Chicago Athenaeum."