Create attractive, ergonomic and high-performance products

Where concepts become reality

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Design development of your product requires both creative and pragmatic skills to create a solution that combines aesthetics, functionality and performance to meet the needs of your users and your market.

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Converting your ideas

There are several ways to convert an idea into a viable project.

It's essential to identify the one that's clearest, most accessible and most attractive. This phase is crucial for clearly defining your value proposition and disseminating information about your initiative.

Potential customers, investors and your employees need to be able to visualize the proposed experience.

Our role is to help you define the various concepts that can meet the requirements of your product and its environment. This is then formalized by 3D modeling and photo-realistic renderings to justify the form in relation to human and hardware functions and ergonomics.

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An absolute feeling

CMF (Color, Materials, Finish) is a product design discipline that focuses on the chromatic, tactile and decorative character of your products in their environments.

Whether a product is destined for the mass consumer or the professional user, its appearance, feel and behavior will have an impact on its functional and perceived value.

Our knowledge of materials, their finishes and textures, enables us to select all possibilities and validate them with samples and virtual and/or physical tests.

This is the guarantee of defining the best directions to meet your market's expectations.

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The concept becomes reality

The prototype is a tangible object, generally produced by rapid implementation techniques, reflecting the ideas generated.

It enables us to assess whether it fulfills its functions, whether it makes people want to use it, and whether it is implementable, ergonomic and industrially feasible.

Depending on the needs of the project and how it evolves along the development chain, we produce different types of prototype, from formal to functional, right through to usage prototypes.
This activity takes place in parallel with design and engineering activities, to validate a critical part or the whole product.

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