Since 2000 we've been producing award-winning product design for our clients and their users.
Our portfolio ranges from industry- leading projects with some of the world's largest companies, to market entry products with local start-ups whose potential we've helped to realise.
Product design or Industrial design as it is often referred to is a creative, problem solving activity. Blending our product design, commercial and manufacturing experience we create products that are both commercially viable and successful in their given market.
We have a tried and tested design process which is defined by 5 distinct phases: Research, Conception, Development, Qualification and Launch. This process provides our clients with a clear and phased approach to working through the product design process, aiding communication and transparency.
We use the same approach for all of our clients from entrepreneurs with limited design expertise to fully fledged designers in multi-nationals who require our support for a specific design phase.
Our process follows the principles of ISO9001 so we will provide you with a clear proposal of your project timeline, deliverables and budget requirements. One of our experienced project leads will be on hand to support you throughout the process, keeping you updated as your project progresses and answering any questions you may have.
The industrial design team sits side-by-side with the other in-house design disciplines to maximise the efficiency of the design process. Our designers, engineers and electronic experts work together from the start of your project to create the optimal solutions for you. This helps us to consider all aspects of the design from the outset, minimising alterations and speeding up the development time.
We have invested heavily in cutting edge in-house facilities. This benefits our clients as we can speed up our development process, creating prototypes, testing and making modifications to designs in rapid succession. Having these capabilities onsite also minimises the delays and complications associated with outsourcing to external suppliers.