Posts tagged with: product designers

We have been product designers for more than two decades and have won awards for our designs through out the years– but the ultimate accolade for us would have to be the longevity of our products in the market. Over 80 of the products that we have designed for mass retail have been bought and......
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I am an unapologetic Amazon Super User. As a Super User, I have a very specific wish list for features to help handle a high order pace. These are nice-to-have features for any back-end, but as order pace increases with user loyalty, continuing to show support to those that helped you grow is a smart strategy....
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Covertly Feminine Product Design Success In our recent Brainstorm to Box video series, we discuss how we have been successful with covertly feminine product designs that appeal to women without pinking, shrinking or defaulting to gender neutral for over 20 years. Most organizations are not set-up to allow a battle for the sexes in the......
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Home-based professionals work longer hours, have quicker response times and are less likely to claim a work-life balance than traditional office employees. If our Lifehacker Chat Session is any indication, they are in desperate need of work-at-home tips to balance life and work. Our friend and design client, Kiersten Hathcock of Mod Mom Furniture knows......
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Costco sells this chair we designed for $99 everyday. It is as highly featured and comfortable as chairs that retail for $100 more. But, even this chair had to sneak into the system. It started as a very small test run that did so well no one could ignore the results compared to all their......
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We recently found ourselves in that situation with one of our designs sold at a retail office super store. As a Genderblend style with a distinctive “female-friendly” color and pattern, it was designed for a U.S. import company and has been an in-store item selling successfully for about 2 years. We found out last month......
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