Designs studios thrive on curiosity and diversity. Our annual programme with Co-Innovate at Brunel married with requests from global interns brings a rich blend of fresh ideas and diverse interests, influencing the studios growth and direction.
Working with Brunel University over the past 10 years we have found a great way to give something back to the industry we love, nurture fresh, young talent but also learn a lot and change our view point at the same time.
Designing products is a challenging task that blends many thought process, experience and skills. So just what are those traits? We discuss an overview of traits here and will look at each aspect in more detail as we progress.
Last week Craig took some time out of the office and headed to Ludwigshafen and a workshop at designfabrik with a client to listen to and absorb some cutting edge innovation in the material science industry. Some interesting discoveries.
Life at a boutique design studio is constant chaos, or so I thought. It took me 10 years to realise it can be different, that was seven years ago. Our growth now is much more stable, thanks to our clients.
We're swapping books for the beach around the office. Going away allows us to press the reset button, but as keen Product Designers we like to find something that can provide inspiration for when we get back.