Product development

Thanks to years of working in product development and product marketing we have gained a lot of knowledge and experience of the design profession. This has allowed us to develop an overview of different kinds of market segments, enabling us to effectively think along with you when it comes to your own designs. We can use this knowledge to develop cost efficient ideas and/or 2D/3D designs into concrete products to be created as a one-off, or as a full product run. During the design process our facilities enable us to test the design at all stages, from creating preliminary models to final prototypes, allowing you to adjust the design along the way and have it manufactured according to your needs.

One stop innovation shop

Is your company considering to innovate by launching a new product? Do you have an idea already, but no idea how to realize it? We like to help you out in developing and optimizing a market strategy, mapping the real needs of your customers and capturing this a program of requirements.



DESIGN PROCESS

The process from idea till product is divided in different phases, differentiating from project to project in number and length. Each phase ends with a (provisional) result to be judged and evaluated. This enables the client to redirect the elaboration of the design at different moments in the process to result into the best possible outcome. Below the design phases are shown of different show cases, executed in the past.



CASE 1: Design of set of tableware for HEMA, 2004

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STAP 1: IDEA

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STAP 2: PROTOTYPING

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STAP 3: REALISATION

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STAP 4: MARKET INTRODUCTIE

CASE 2: Design of a rollator for HEMA, 2009

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STAP 1: IDEA

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STAP 2: PROTOTYPING

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STAP 3: MATERIALIZING

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STAP 4: REALISATION

CASE 3: Cardboard children’s furniture for Present Time, 2010

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STAP 1: IDEA

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STAP 2: DETAILING

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STAP 3: PROTOTYPING


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