Prototyping Process

  • At each stage value is added in the course of production.
  • First discussion with a customer for the sort of design they would like. A detailed sketch would then be produced on a piece of paper.
  • Once the sketch has been approved, it goes to the quotation stage and a pricing is discussed with the client for prototyping
  • Once the client agrees for the cost a prototype is made and is sent to receive review from the client.
  • After all the changes are discussed and the prototype is finalised, the job is taken for production.
  • Things to consider in this process -
    1. Maximum 2 rounds of changes will be made for Prototype, exiciding changes will be charged with discussion.
    2. Making a prototype will be charged if the promised job is not assigned or the quantity is reduced.

Design Process

We follow a fairly siple 6 step designing process which is as follow

  • Define the Problem - You can’t find a solution until you have a clear idea of what the problem is.
  • Collect Information - Collect sketches, take photographs and gather data to start giving you inspiration.
  • Brainstorm and Analyze Ideas - Begin to sketch, make, and study so you can start to understand how all the data and information you’ve collected may impact your design.
  • Develop Solutions - Take your preliminary ideas and form multiple small-scale design solutions.
  • Gather Feedback - Present your ideas to as many people as possible: friends, teachers, professionals, and any others you trust to give insightful comments.
  • Improve - Reflect on all of your feedback and decide if or to what extent it should be incorporated. It is often helpful to take solutions back through the Design Process to refine and clarify them.

Production Process

  • At each stage value is added in the course of production.
  • First discussion with a customer for the sort of design they would like. A detailed sketch would then be produced on a piece of paper.
  • Once the sketch has been approved, it goes to the quotation stage and a pricing is discussed with the client for prototyping
  • Once the client agrees for the cost a prototype is made and is sent to receive review from the client.
  • After all the changes are discussed and the prototype is finalised, the job is taken for production.
  • Things to consider in this process -
    1. Maximum 2 rounds of changes will be made for Prototype, exiciding changes will be charged with discussion.
    2. Making a prototype will be charged if the promised job is not assigned or the quantity is reduced.