We are surrounded by products in every day life, some great and some not so great. We use them to dry our hair, communicate with the world, sit on, lie on, exercise with, they’re in hospitals, schools, restaurants, over-ground and underground, in our pockets and even in space. Products are everywhere. And they’ve all been designed. This product design is what we do. We take an idea, functionality, brand identity and a lot of creativity and we bring it all together to make real products that have real purpose. Colombo Design Studio can take your product and add the innovation and brand DNA that will ensure your users will keep coming back for more and, better still, telling their friends to do the same!
Ideas and innovation
Whether you’re an inventor with an idea for tomorrow’s Next Big Thing or a multinational company with a large product range, we are ready and waiting to help you make your idea a reality. With twenty years experience and hundreds of products successfully taken to market we have what it takes to give your company the edge in today’s ever more competitive marketplace With todays’ ever more informed consumer it is no longer enough to hope that by sticking your logo on a generic product you will be establishing the brand love and loyalty that in the long run will mean the best success for your business. Your users will be confused if your brand identity is not reenforced at every level of your product offering, and this means creating and innovating your own products. This is what makes Apple and Samsung the companies they are today.
Design for Sustainability
We treat each and every design project as an opportunity to improve the sustainability of that item. While we are often limited in our choices of materials due to manufacturing or cost constraints imposed on the job, we look at the details to see where we can make a difference. This can be as simple as insisting that the correct recycling codes be applied to each and every plastic moulding in order to facilitate recycling or more complicated design refinement, such as minimising the number of different materials , reducing and optimising the weight of materials and number of components, and ensuring that we don't specify materials, finishes or processes that are harmful to humans or the environment. The issue of sustainable design is a complicated and often misunderstood, or used as 'green wash' by companies trying to cash in on the growing global concern for the state of our planet. We would love the chance to take the conversation further, so why not get in touch now so we can make a difference together! Write us an email Email us using firstname.lastname@example.org photo credit: Meredith Andrews Photography