January 24th, 2012

When Feild Craddock decided to redesign the toothbrush, he had a target audience in mind. The resulting product, however, could easily find a place in the home of many more. “Squeeze is the result of a 2 week project addressing the dental needs of those above age 70. Its design is meant to be comfortable and simple without appearing clinical.”

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