To date AED cabinets have traditionally been used to store Public Access Defibrillators, which are typically branded and labelled according to the sponsors and donors who placed the lifesaving device. During our research this led to numerous inconsistencies and confusion amongst bystanders. We will share the inconsistencies and confusion we discovered locally, and the potential problems they pose. SaveStation is an innovative approach that leverages a unified visual standard for AED cabinets to mitigate confusion and inconsistencies, increase awareness, and to aid in motivating bystanders to become lay-responders. We believe that AED cabinets have been largely overlooked as an untapped resource and strategy to build a community of action, promote education on mass, and be accessible to everyone. Our aim is to share what the SaveStation movement is all about, discussing the design considerations for simplicity, clearly articulating the purpose, and the educational tools provided with the program. SaveStation also embraces that part of its movement is to include support for those after acting to save a life. A SaveStation is more than just an AED Cabinet. It’s an opportunity!