Product design, package design and company branding for Pocketbowls.


Three-piece snack serving dishes. The space-saving design includes a large bowl for items like potato chips, tortilla chips, veggies, salad, or fruit, along with two removable side bowls. These side bowls can attach to the main bowl or be used separately for dips, dressings, salsa, guacamole, chocolate or any other condiments.

Reusable handpiece and heads for XSONS wound care system.

Wound Care System

XSONX® Wound Hygiene System. A cordless system with micro-vibrational technology. Powerfully cleans and debrides chronic and contaminated wounds.

• Reusable Handpiece

• Scrubbing Head

• Debriding Head

• Small Debriding Head

Design and prototypes for custom Lady Liberty embroidery scissors.

Lady Liberty
Embroidery Scissors

Inspired by the Statue of Liberty, these Lady Liberty scissors are excellent embroidery scissors with very sharp and pointed blades.

Wheelchair concept for dogs

Canine Wheelchair

Sometimes dogs need an extra lift to compensate for weak or paralyzed hind legs. This product concept for a lightweight wheelchair is an attempt to create a cost-effective alternative to existing wheelchairs in the market.

Never Ending Defender®

The Never Ending Defender is a basketball training device developed to teach you to shoot with a defender in your face and practice dribbling without seeing the ball.

Product design of the Panwaffle - a skillet that create a hybrid waffle and pancake.


You no longer have to choose between pancakes and waffles. Have both. This innovative design features stay-cool handles, comes apart easily for the dishwasher, and works on a variety of cooking surfaces.

The Humboldt-Ecoclone ultrasonic fog plant propagation system.

EcocloneTM Ultrasonic Fog Cloning System

This revolutionary aeroponic plant propagation system uses ultrasonic fog technology to create a market-disruptive plant cloning device. Disruptive because the design solved all the problems associated with traditional plant cloners, while only using a third of the energy, and half of the water.

Industrial design of a handheld radiation detector for homeland security and defense sectors.

Radiation Detector

Serving the Homeland Security and Defense sectors, this new device utilizes crystal technology to scan and detect trace levels of radiation and protect against terrorist threats.

Clean fitness centers easily with the GymValet bottle and towel holder.

GymValet® Bottle and Towel Holder

A holder for sanitizing spray bottles and towels, the GymValet attaches directly to all strength training and cardio equipment without any tools.

Image of patent drawings

Patent Drawings

Registering for a patent is a valuable way to protect your invention from being used by others and guarantees the inventor ownership. We can help create the drawings necessary for patent submission.

Product design example showing the children's nutritional tracker


Bring us your new product idea and we will optimize the function, value and appearance to take your idea from concept to marketready. For over 30 years we’ve helped hundreds of inventors, doctors, and entrepreneurs to create award-winning products that improve and enhance people’s lives.

No matter where you are in the development cycle, we will collaborate with you at each step of the design process to bring your idea to life.


5 Reasons to Hire a Product Designer

1. Creative ideas that work
Choose your firm based on their specialty. When your firm of choice knows their way around your category, they can make more effective recommendations. Like specific tweaks to your design to benefit your prospective consumers, or suggestions for materials or manufacturing processes that you might not have been aware of.

2. Knows SolidWorks & Keyshot
Integrated design tools and software allow designers to explore forms more freely while providing engineering and manufacturing teams with earlier visibility into design concepts.

3. Ergonomics expertise
Industrial designers integrate all aspects of form, fit and function, optimizing them to create the best possible user experience. They also create visually appealing designs that can stand the test of time and ensure that the product is ergonomically suited to fit the user.

4. Know how to design for manufacture
From prototyping to assisting you with pushing your final product to market, there’s no added value in spending the time and money trying to wade through planning the operations yourself.

5. Vendor liaison
The product design companies already have everything that they need from vendors to provide goods and services to your organization.

New Product Development
Industrial Design
3D Digital Models
Product Visualization

Working Prototypes
Concept Sketches
Patent Drawings
Ergonomic Analysis

2D Technical Drawings
Sight Models
Product Photography


The first stage for creating a new product, after researching competitive designs that already exist, is to create a series of concept sketches that explore possible features, colors and methods for manufacture. They’re also useful for obtaining feedback from focus groups or generating interest from potential investors.

Product Visualization

Often we create 3D digital files of a new product idea and render them in Keyshot to produce near-photo quality images that really help a client visualize a concept, as in the dog wheelchair idea shown above.

product concept sketches
Computer aided industrial design exploded view of a thermomter

Computer Modeling & Prototypes

Using 3D modeling programs, we can build digital representations of a product idea and use that data to generate functional prototypes, renderings, and parts ready for manufacture. It’s a time-saving way to test ideas and assumptions before committing to a final design.

3D printed rapid prototypes created by Design Interface Inc.
Book cover of Process, Materials, and Measurements - a reference book for industrial designers.

Ergonomic Analysis

Ergonomics discovers and applies information about human behavior, abilities, and limitations. The first step in designing a good product is to consider the user. Process, Materials, and Measurements – a reference book for industrial designers – is a collaboration by the faculty at the Cleveland Institute of Art. Carla Blackman, principal at Design Interface, authored the chapter on Ergonomics. She has taught the subject for over 30 years at CIA.

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