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The 'Hue' Inhaler Stops Kids with Asthma from Being Self-Conscious

 - Jun 12, 2017
References: behance.net & designboom
The growing prevalence of asthma in the US inspired designer Tim Zarki to develop the 'Hue' inhaler, a multi-dose inhaler which battles the inflammatory disease while also standing as a fashionable accessory kids will want to carry around.

#BREATHEBETTERWITHCS was a community design challenge which tasked creatives to conceptualize an idea to improve the self-image of young kids with asthma. Zarki's proposed design aims to re-imagine the device, turning the inhaler into a source of pride, rather than a source of embarrassment.

The inhaler collection features a wide array of functional and incredibly fashionable inhalers that are available in an assortment of color combinations including black and white, green and pink, orange and blue, and red and green. The Hue inhaler collection is inspiring kids to breath boldly by removing the stigmas attached to the traditional designs of medical devices. Photo Credits: designboom, behance.net