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product design | stage 1: Development research

R350.00 | $25.00\HR - (1 - 10 Hours)

This includes all necessary precedent product research which dives into the functional & technical aspects of various products which include form, function, material, ergonomics and manufacturing and assembly methods. Precedent & Mood board research is used to influence all stages of the design process ensuring that the process is as efficient as possible.

product design | stage 2: Conceptualisation

R350.00 | $25.00\HR - (1 - 15 Hours)

This includes the exploration and refinement through hand drawn sketches by trained industrial designers. This crucial stage ensures that ideas are executed and explored appropriately with the aim of reaching a concept that suits all the guideline set by stage 1 development and client requirements. This stage will bring your product to life by narrowing down function and aesthetics on paper and in-turn produces parameters for stage 3 development

product design | stage 3: 3D CAD Development

R350.00 | $25.00\HR - (1 - 20 Hours)

This stage is essential for a variety of products as they transform stage 2 developments into a Computer Aided Design which assists with many design parameters such as functional features and aesthetics. Special software is used to ensure dimensional accuracy of products which could be used in the development of working prototypes and manufacture.

product design | stage 4: Concept renders\context renders

R350.00 | $25.00\HR - (2 - 10 Hours)

This stage is essential for a variety of products as they transform stage 2 developments into a Computer Aided Design which assists with many design parameters such as functional features and aesthetics. Special software is used to ensure dimensional accuracy of products which could be used in the development of working prototypes and manufacture.

product design | stage 5: prototyping

R350.00 | $25.00\HR - (1 - 5 Days)

Prototyping and model making is the process where by the designer/manufacturer brings the product to life through rapid prototyping methods and fabrication so that it may be tested in real life scenarios depending on the product application. This process is essential in the manufacturing process as it aids in the study of forms, materials, aesthetics, ergonomics and functionality.

product design | stage 6: Final prototype

R350.00 | $25.00\HR - (TBD)

This is the process of creating a final, andfully functional working prototype. The final product that is produced is meant to reflectand perform as the design process intendedin all respective catergories; manufacture, aesthetics, ergonomics and functionality.