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That time of year comes around quick!
Actually springtime is usually a busy time for most business, particularly so in Product Design Development where plans get the green light, for modifying existing ranges or innovating from the ground up and creating new products for market. A new year beckons and we wanted to reflect a moment on some of our work (which we are able to talk about ) from the year just passed. We are proud to have been a big part in three projects from varied sectors that all went on to receive awards, in no particular order; Read More
Were really chuffed for our client SimpAlarm with a focus on Assisted Living Technology, having just won The Discovering Start-Ups competition .
We thought our revitalised website design and branding refresh deserved a little coverage on the blog.
We hope to gain a new level of interactivity with our site visitors. The new design we think is more in line with our brand values and the functionality of the site should make it much easier for us to; share our work, our thoughts on issues or technology from around the web. Were consolidating our Linked in , Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest resources here so Join us and get stuck in with the conversation. We are always keen to learn of events, issues, tools, projects and collaborative opportunities. Stay in touch & let us know what you think.
We are pleased to be able to discuss one of our latest developments. Which we will cover over a few posts. As a taster, we can let you in on the fact Flynn Product Design was selected to work with Standard Chartered and Liverpool Football Club to develop a unique perspective on the game.
We will be bringing you exclusive insight into our winter development project and how we took the beautiful game to Kuala Lumpur in April 2013. Here is a little taster from Anfield Product Development for Liverpool FC & Standard Chartered
Its quite interesting to see how cyclic some ideas can be ( pun intended) before the humble penny farthing the origins of the bicycle in the late 1700′s was wooden framed, a two wheeled device the user pushed along with out pedals.
We like what sandwichbike has done with a modern twist taking Bike Design full circle for 2013 . We would like to see an option for those non fixy bikers too. http://www.sandwichbikes.com/