Industrial design involves the creation of products for mass production, typically in commercial or industrial settings. The process of industrial design includes designing the form, function, and features of a product, as well as its aesthetics, usability, and user experience.
In the ideation stage, our designers come up with ideas and concepts for the product, often using sketches or computer-aided design (CAD) software.
Electronic hardware design refers to the process of creating electronic systems and devices, including the development of circuits, schematics, printed circuit boards (PCBs), and the assembly of electronic components
Embedded software refers to computer programs that are integrated into hardware devices, such as microcontrollers, sensors, and actuators.
It provides the necessary instructions for the hardware to perform specific functions and is an essential component of many electronic systems. Embedded software is designed to run on resource constrained devices, often with limited processing power, memory, and storage.
Effective packaging design can help to communicate the product’s value, quality, and provide information, such as product details and instructions, as well as to ensure product safety and preservation.
Packaging design can also play a role in branding and marketing, and can be used to create a consistent visual identity across a product line.
Instructions for use
Good instructions for use (IFU) are essential for ensuring that a product is used safely, correctly, and effectively. They provide users with the information they need to properly set up, operate, and maintain a product, as well as to understand the product’s capabilities and limitations.
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Prototype and test
prototyping and testing are essential steps in the design process. Prototyping allows us to test design and functionality, evaluate the product performance and identify any early issues.
Prototyping can be done using various methods such wireframes, or functional prototypes using methods such as 3D printing.
We’re experienced in conducting both formative and summative usability studies.
The purpose of a usability study is a research method used to evaluate the user experience (UX) of a product, system, or service. The goal of a usability study is to understand how well users can perform specific tasks and accomplish their goals using the product, and to support regulatory approval submissions.