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product design

From Conception
To Consumer

Product design has evolved from a mere necessity to a powerful, innovative field aimed at improving how we live and interact with the world around us. Each step in the product evolution has been driven by a clear need and a desire to improve. At Gecco Vision, we ensure that every product we design not only meets a specific consumer need but does so with elegance and efficiency.

Gecco Vision offers complete product design, from the initial research phase, through ideation, engineering, and prototyping, to create a product that is ready for manufacturing.

What Does It Take To Design A Product?

Understanding product design as a fundamental problem-solving process is crucial. By pinpointing and addressing consumer needs, we create solutions that are not only effective but also accessible and easy to use right from the start. Our clients can immediately pick up the product for its market launch, and consumers will be able to use it intuitively.

Streamlining Product Development with Design for Manufacturing

New Product Introduction (NPI) is a comprehensive approach integrating clear vision from the conceptual stage through to manufacturing. We support our clients who follow a diligent New Product Introduction process by providing the toolkit that they require to successfully launch a product in time, in a visually appealing form, and economically viable for mass production. That’s why a close focus on NPI is integral while designing products for manufacturing.

Exploring The Spectrum of Product Design

There are a few major categories of product design, each with more specific aspects. These include furniture, industrial, sporting, and consumer goods.

Furniture Design

Furniture should, at a minimum, be comfortable to use, aesthetically pleasing, and durable enough to stand the test of time. Most importantly, furniture design is inspired by the environment in which it is used. The best furniture considers modern technology as well as the intended production method already during the design phase, allowing our clients to give their consumers furniture that breaks the mold and makes their lives easier.

Industrial Design

For those outside (and even inside) the product design space, differentiating between product and industrial design can be difficult. Product Design can be Industrial Design, and Industrial Design can be Product Design. Focusing on the intended production method can be a differentiator. Mostly, though, the differentiation is found in the products themselves. Where Product Design focuses more on everyday items, Industrial Design focuses more closely on mass-producing specialized items. This includes cars, computers, and construction equipment.