Form, aesthetics, user needs, ergonomics, manufacturing processes are all considered by the industrial designer in during concept design.  All of the research in the definition stage is distilled into coherent design concepts.  A number of concepts are chosen for development in 3D CAD, and are rendered as photo-realistic images.  Sketch models, hand formed in foam, or 3D printed may be used to test ergonomics.  Our knowledge of the full design/manufacturing process means that any of the concepts can be brought to production while maintaining the original design intern.   Deliverable: Multiple, fully rendered concepts.

 

Form, aesthetics, user needs, ergonomics, manufacturing processes are all considered by the industrial designer in during concept design.  All of the research in the definition stage is distilled into coherent design concepts.  A number of concepts are chosen for development in 3D CAD, and are rendered as photo-realistic images.  Sketch models, hand formed in foam, or 3D printed may be used to test ergonomics.  Our knowledge of the full design/manufacturing process means that any of the concepts can be brought to production while maintaining the original design intern.

 

Deliverable: Multiple, fully rendered concepts.