Our process

We follow a design cycle that continues until a well-crafted product is achieved. 

1. Define

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Defining a unique blueprint for your project

Defining your mission (or a blueprint) for your project is crucial to its success. It’s the yardstick used to measure whether your product is answering your objectives. It’s the North Star guiding all of the design decisions to be made. And it’s where we get to plot out the process that will breathe life into your concept.

2. Refine

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Refining your concept strategy to better answer the mission

Once we’re familiar with your blueprint, we can start refining your concept to answer it. During this part of the design cycle, we’ll craft your concept for the real world. We’ll boil down your idea to its most concise form. And we’ll chip away until we have a holistic design solution with the right mechanisms, usability, manufacturing, and anything else needed before the engineering begins...

3. Craft

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Engineering a working model for manufacture

With a succinct concept strategy at hand, we can create a working model that assembles together into a language that manufacturers can understand. We can then walk the talk with a virtual 3D model of the product, which can be used for rendering, placement, analysis, simulations, and quotes to manufacture.

4. Deliver

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Designing a prototype to test your product

The ultimate test of product comes when you get to physically manufacture a prototype. This allows you to see if the blueprint and all of your objectives are answered in a physical iteration of the design. When you graduate with a   manufacturable product that has ticked all the boxes, this can be an immensely satisfying part of the design cycle.

Pick a product package to bring your brain-spark to life
Included in our packages:
  • Product research 
  • Conceptualising  
  • Product strategy
  • Concept sketches 
  • 3-D CAD Modeling
  • 3-D Printing
  • Prototyping
  • Product development
    (usability & functionality)
  • Component sourcing
  • Mechanism design
  • Material testing & selection 
  • Manufacture (directions & final instructions)