We Focus on Industrial Designs, we bring new concepts to life & reimagine existing products.

What is Industrial Design?

Industrial design is a field that involves the design and development of a wide range of products used in everyday life. It is concerned with the creation of products that are not only aesthetically pleasing but also functional, efficient, and user-friendly.

Industrial design encompasses a broad range of industries, including furniture design, product design, automotive design, packaging design, and many more. The ultimate goal of industrial design is to improve the overall user experience by creating products that are both attractive and functional.

Industrial designers work closely with engineers, manufacturers, and marketers to create products that meet the needs of the user while also being economically viable to produce. They typically use a range of tools, including sketches, computer-aided design (CAD) software, 3D modeling, and prototyping to develop and test their designs.

Our Process

Our industrial design process is fundamentally cross-functional so that project risk is understood and addressed at every step of the process.

The Industrial Design process is the transformational challenge of creation, design, and innovation from an idea and research into reality. In the execution phase of the process, our designers transform Key Attractors into tangible elements. The tangible elements have to come together into a product. Often elements of a new product pose unique technological, engineering, or design challenges.

In those cases, we sometimes have to invent new technology or use existing technologies or materials in new ways. We overcome these challenges by focusing on those issues first. Once solved, these issues provide the foundation to design and engineer the rest of the product.

Our Industrial Design Capabilities

Design Capabilities:
• Concept Visualization
• Aesthetics Refinement (CMF)
• Human factors & ergonomics analysis
• Functional invention and feature exploration
• Physical model making & validation
• Material and detail specification
• Packaging design

Execution Capabilities:
• Integrated Design and Development
• Emerging Technology Integration
• Experimental Prototyping
• Pilot Design and Testing
• Bulk Prototyping