In the spotlight
Schwinn Group: For the furniture component supplier we conducted an extensive, global trend research and design management project. It included interviews, literature and field research and concluded in local-specific briefs. They produced an array of new products from over 12 different designers involved. Read more...
Hoermann KG Antriebstechnik: Over years we developed a cohesive and distinctive design language with the manufacturer of garage and industrial door drives. See different projects and a sample process step by step. Read more...
SlimRideMK2: Research and design proposal of an driverless public transport system. The suggested extreme narrow foot print is suited to fit into the existing limited infrastructure of Auckland (NZ) feeding train hubs throughout the region. One carriage of the GRT system can carry up to 15 passengers and is designed to be barrier-free. Read more...
How to get started
Note down some keywords around your project.
Use Mind map template to get started (download here). Additionally compile some visual material explaining
your project or inspirations.
Summarize essential information about the project you envision. This can be simply re-styling a product or technical concept, idea visualization, new product development, identify opportunities through market and trend reviews or new technology or material use. See project brief as a guide.
Get in contact with us to arrange an initial free consultation and quote. Feel free to propose what the work would be worth to you - we will look into reasonable proposals if the challenge is interesting to us.
Arrange a kick-off workshop with all parties/people involved in the project to collect all existing information, ideas, want and needs. Invite at least a representative of decision makers and strategic leaders, marketing, product planning, engineering (R&D), production/manufacturing and design team.
This will enable a flying start with clear communication and already a pile of feasible ideas to work on and test. We are trained moderators and enable a efficient and result-driven use of the groups time together.Mindmap Project Brief K-WorkshoP