We regard the art of photography and high quality image making as core skills for our designers. Design Triangle offer site photography as an option within its design projects, including reportage, candid and architectural styles.
This imagery can be incorporated into design reports, tenders and bid documentation, mood boards etc and helps demonstrate a deeper understanding of the vehicles end purpose.
With vehicle design projects we like to get in there and understand who uses the vehicles, why they use them, and what their wishes and needs are for the future service. The imagery we collect, along with our hands on experience, helps understand existing (or even planned) vehicle operating contexts, the cultural impact of the service, and what that vehicle will do for that community.
People make places, and transport services and systems rely on passengers for their livelihoods. As well as satisfying the legal design requirements for access, Design Triangle aim to deliver aspirational modern design solutions for discerning modern consumers.
Towns and Cities have their own unique identities. We work hard with operators, manufacturers, local authorities and other major stakeholders to reflect their individual requirements as well as the final context the vehicle will operate.
We can work with heritage groups, respecting the history, spirit and values of existing vehicle fleets, right through to new vehicle designs which bring exciting renaissance to the area
The future of public transport design is determined by many outside influences. Social, political, economic, technological, ecological changes manifest themselves in designs which must then stay in operation in excess of 30 years, long after the bodies who planned and defined them. The only consistent element over time is the end user, making it all the more important we take a user centered approach to our designs.