Products are conceived as a response to an existing or future need, or opportunity identified by a client. Design Triangle work with you to define your future products characteristics. During the concept stage of a project we consider many different ideas and scenarios, illustrating these quickly and efficiently for discussion.
Design Triangle usually generate a range of alternative ideas for a new product, using brainstorming techniques. We select a shortlist of ideas and often illustrate these as simple sketches
We draw up a list of selection criteria, based on the agreed design objectives or Product Specification, and use these to evaluate the shortlisted ideas. The preferred ideas form the basis of the selected concept designs.
Design Triangle often evaluate alternative ideas in a formal decision matrix, using weighted criteria.
Our engineering team study the information supplied by the customer and propose alternative construction proposals for the new product, including materials, manufacturing processes, assembly methods and installation procedures. The proposals include the agreed components, variants and accessories.
Design Triangle designers prepare aesthetic design proposals for the new product, presented in the form of coloured perspective illustrations, visualising the appearance of the product.