Our industrial design methodology goes deeper than product aesthetics to cover internal technology and manufacturability (DFx). We combine form, function, and features through our system-level approach to product innovation. Together, we develop products that challenge the status quo.
Traditionally, many industrial designers work independently from product engineering. They create a product’s look and feel. Working separately on front-end design and back-end engineering often causes product performance and manufacturability problems. as a result of this, Boston Engineering works on products with project engineering and industrial design together.
Our Industrial Design Difference
At Boston Engineering, you work collaboratively with our integrated teams of industrial designers, engineering and IT professionals, and subject matter experts. With this approach, we maintain design intent and functional requirements throughout the product development process.
We have the expertise and tools to develop concepts quickly for internal and external stakeholders.
- User research and confirmation
- Ideation/concept development and refinement
- Packaging design
- Human factors and ergonomics
- Physical 3D aesthetic models
- Rapid prototyping capabilities, including 3D printing
- Computer rendering, computer animation, and CAD software
Whether we’re working on Product Development or Industrial Design, Boston Engineering bridges the gap between the consumer and medical sectors throughout every development phase.
Contact us to learn more about our industrial design and product engineering capabilities.