Happy Wax approached us looking for an update to their existing wax warmer. Our product design team helped them re-imagine their product for a new consumer based on market research. Along with updating their product, we redesigned their packaging and point-of-purchase displays. We developed innovative new features using industry-first materials including silicone and cork.
Ecodyst, the innovative leader and creator of the next generation of rotary evaporators, approached us looking for a redesign to their existing X1 prototype. The redesign included an updated look and increased functionality for the evaporator as well a new look for their brand. Our team developed a set of brand standards to maintain consistency amongst their products. We then used their new brand standards to overhaul their online presence.
Our team was challenged by the official timekeeper for the NCAA to design a next-generation handheld timer for competitive events.
Our team created an updated aesthetic, new ergonomic archetype, and a sealed high-durability enclosure for aquatic environments.
We were approached by WorkSharp to design a knife sharpener that lives on the counters of high-end kitchens. Designed for the “edge enthusiast”, it needed to produce the sharpest edge possible while setting an aesthetic standard for a new product category within the Work Sharp™ brand.
Our team helped Matco Tools™ design a versatile and reliable vehicle jump starter and device charging system intended for maximum portability and safety.
Intended for use in the harshest of conditions, the product line required consideration of several usability factors including visibility, ergonomics, and durability.
Heavy brush, creek beds, and existing structures all pose a problem for surveyors trying to measure accurate point-to-point distances. The offset assist device automatically calculates the distance between a desired datum point and where a surveyor can physically stand.
Our team integrated internal board-level components and laser-based optics into a durable housing that displays information via a high-visibility e-ink display. Our UI/UX team developed the methods by which an operator can quickly and repeatably gather accurate results in the field.
This project involved extensive primary user research of habits and behaviors while purchasing, dispensing, and transporting beverages. We also considered external environmental factors such as interior lighting, cleanliness, traffic flow, universal design, and ADA compliance.
Field Controls has been providing homeowners with the industry’s highest-quality and best-performing indoor air quality solutions since 1927. They came to us to re-strategize their brand and to design a new identity to match.
The objectives of this project include creating a connected, portable, home air purifier that leverages Field Controls’ expertise and experience in the HVAC industry. In addition to designing a new air purifier, we were asked to rebrand their Air Health Brand. They wanted a brand refresh that would pair nicely with their newer air purifier and future products.
We used cool grays and blues in the logo to evoke a feeling of airiness and comfort. In the plus sign, we explored the negative space between the two blues to resemble a light breeze. The edges of the mark are curved to mimic the blades of a fan.
Nightwave is remarkable night vision technology that allows boaters to see obstacles, hazards, and debris in the water as clear as day. Nightwave can see it all — even in moonless starlight — without white light or expensive thermal spectrum cameras.
Our team was challenged with creating a streamlined housing design for the SIONYX full-color night vision camera system. The design needed to be durable, waterproof, and aesthetically appropriate for the smallest center console vessels to the world’s largest mega-yachts.