Prototyping makes innovative ideas visible before production…it allows you to test functions and shows sources of errors. First we make a sketch to put the idea on paper. In the next step we help you select the right prototype. Is your product a physical or digital product? What is the purpose of the prototype? Is it supposed to support design decisions? Or is it going to be used for optimum functionality testing?
The product does not necessarily have to be tangible or operable. Often realistic visualisations, i.e. design prototypes such as mock-ups are sufficient. We support you from scratch and develop your perfect finished product.
Mock-ups are demonstration models that, at first sight, look like finished products. A dummy that is used to demonstrate a planned product’s design or functions.
Cardboards are a way to visualise physical products. Carton, wood and other materials are used to create simple, three-dimensional models that are not difficult to make.
A scribble clip…also called explanatory video…is a vivid and simple way to explain a product. The comic style used in the scribble clip breaks down complex topics into simple scenes. Customers will remember the graphic presentation method which features the catchy voice of a narrator or subtitles for a long time.
A test model to review and verify functionality and to prepare for production. The technical prototype may be similar to the final product, both with regards to appearance and technical aspects.
A final product which is the result of the previous processes. Here, the planned raw material is used and the prototype includes all the technical features…last step prior to regular production.