JMDA Design continue to make leaps in car seat design, helping shape the industry

Now designing their 105th child car seat, JMDA Design are continuing to develop innovative child restraint systems (CRS), challenging classic designs for improved safety standards, complimented by cutting edge design.

Recently the winners of a coveted Red Dot Award: Design Concept 2020, for the high design quality of the Tinyseats child car seat project, JMDA Design continue to make leaps in car seat design, helping shape the industry. Now in the process of designing their 105th child car seat and partnering brand leaders, they continue to be the global front-runners in the CRS product design services sector.

Derrick Barker, Founder and Director at JMDA explains, “Although one of the key dates in the diary for the nursery industry, Kind + Jugend 2020, industry trade show in Cologne, is not going ahead this year due to COVID-19, we still have an extremely busy September planned with discussions for new projects. All businesses have been challenged in some shape or form by the pandemic, but we are seeing an increased shift in the amount of research and development being invested into innovative new products.”

Derrick adds, “Helping clients reach their product design goals is what we do best and there’s nothing more satisfying for us as a team than bringing ideas to fruition and turning them into profitable manufactured products. Every design product is so unique, bringing with its new ways to enhance safety and brand design, and as we begin the design of our 105th car seat, this project is set to further inspire designs to come.”

JMDA Design, with their Head Office in Pershore, Worcestershire, plus offices in Shanghai, China and DGS Project in Italy, continue to be a leading force in child car seat design, with multiple awards to their name, since the business was founded in 1991.

For more information about JMDA Design designing their 105th child car seat, please give Derrick Barker a call on +44 (0) 1386 426100 or email

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