For over 30 years, Design Interface has provided the creativity, experience and insight to take your new product idea from concept to commercialization. Our design studio services include: product design, package design, medical device design, graphic design and photography.
Unlock the value of your ideas as we communicate your message and goals. Contact us to see how we can advance your new product idea or marketing campaign.
What can Design Interface do for you?
Bring us your new product idea or invention and see it move into the marketplace. Our skill set in industrial design includes concept drawings, 3D digital models, ergonomics, working prototypes and much more!
Our experience includes food labels, branding, header cards, structural packaging, prototypes and mock-ups. Let us design your package to become a “silent salesperson” that engages the customer.
Utilize our in-house photo studio for creating images of your new product for social media and Amazon marketplace. For video, we offer art direction, production and video editing.
Our process goes from concept drawings, 3D renderings in Keyshot, ergonomics and prototypes to product testing. We have guided doctors, nurses and physical therapists in getting their medical device idea to improving lives.
Your brand is the building block of your company identity – it all starts here. The colors, fonts, imagery, and logo that appear on your business cards, letterheads, packaging, website and elsewhere should be consistent and reinforce each other.
We just added a new cutting machine to our design family. The Cricut Maker®! With our new machine we are able to cut, score and create 2D and 3D projects in half the time it would of taken to do the...
At Design Interface Inc. we are experienced in product AND graphic design. That expertise led us to a rebranding project of product sheets and installation guides for a Fortune 500 client. We are...
Over the last year we have been helping to design a new medical device for those suffering from Plantar Fasciitis. It's inventor, Bill Flickinger, a physiologist by training, calls it the...