In our iterative design process we always place the user at the heart of our deliberations.
We develop moodboards, create a product story and lay the foundation for a solid product positioning strategy. During the concept development process we stay in close contact with our client at all times, exchanging opinions, presenting preliminary results and continually improving the product.
Ideas need to be communicated. In order to do so we use various tools to illustrate products
or services to our clients or
for our clients to use in their communication channels. The medium can be as diverse as a pencil drawing, an elaborate marker sketch, a digital drawing, an infographic or even a collage.
Making 3D-Renderings has become an increasingly beneﬁtial tool during most stages of a project.
White renderings can be used to communicate early CAD stages with the client in order to evaluate geometric details and shapes. In later stages of the project different materials and colors can swiftly be visualized and towards the end of a project we create high- quality studio renderings to create photorealistic images.
Making physical models can serve a diverse range of purposes within the design process.
Apart from ideation mock-ups we build functional models to demonstrate technical aspects
of a product, design models to convey the look and feel of a product or proportional models to test ergonomics and get a sense of scale. In order to do so we use various techniques ranging from paper models and clay or foam models to detailed 3D-printed objects.