Put your product idea on the fast track to commercial success
Every design project we take on is led by a team of highly experienced product managers. Our sole priority for every project is to help you achieve all of your desired outcomes.
We adapt our processes and approach to give you exactly what you need. Our dynamic work-style sets us apart from the field.
We're not stuck in the rut of traditional processes. We're constantly adapting, integrating new processes and exploring projects from new perspectives, to give you exactly what you need.
Our engineering team is addicted to solving problems. We love the development phase. We're constantly trying out new processes, looking at the concept from different angles and overcoming hurdles to develop a superior product for you.
We build prototypes, test them and get feedback from our target markets. And if we need to, we'll go back to the drawing board to develop a new prototype. Too often we see businesses get attached to a specific concept, which stops them from developing the best possible product.
That's not what we do. Our loyalty is with you, the client, not our prototypes.
Even if you've already got an existing product, we can work with you to improve the design and hone in on your target market. Our professional experience will be invaluable in developing your concepts and transforming your dreams into reality.
Our Engineering Process
We tie all of the processes together once you’re completely satisfied.
Alongside our software engineering, we develop physical prototypes to evaluate any changes that may need to be made. We ensure our prototype has the design, aesthetic and functional elements that you need.
We utilise state of the art modelling software, including Solidworks and Rhino 3D CAD Software, to custom build your product from scratch. This allows as to tweak and adjust your design as you see fit.
We understand that there will be adjustments that need to be made; whether they’re size changes, tolerance adjustments or design flaws. We’ll only ever settle on a design and tie all of the processes together once you’re completely satisfied with the prototype.