• Willow Garage

    Willow Garage developed the PR2 as a research and development platform that promotes new applications and usage models and hopefully increases the consumer robotics ecosystem. To prepare this new offering for public consumption Willow Garage contracted with studiored to solve particular design challenges.

  • Commercial / Industrial

    Large systems, such as high-speed bottle label printers and semiconductor operator stations, focus on significant ergonomic, service and safety issues. StudioRed tackles these projects with our RED methodology, addressing the product configuration, “look and feel,” and manufacturing costs. When considering commercial product design and commercial product development, large products like these often have manufacturing challenges due to the sheer size of the parts needed to make them.

    Our knowledge of low and high-volume manufacturing methods allows us to deliver commercial product design solutions that are sensitive to these goals. Our commercial product development experience includes extensive knowledge in ergonomics, brand positioning, safety compliance, and manufacturing. This aggregate approach allows us to deliver a complete solution that is ready for production.

  • Facebook

    The OpenCellular is an open source, "wireless access platform" designed to drive down the cost of setting up cellular networks in places where it has been traditionally difficult to do so. The  system is designed to provide the tools to set up a complete network, from the physical equipment to the software that runs it.

  • Harris

    Harris Communications' latest ruggedized Android tablet reflects the branded design language we created for their next-gen products. The device was to be used by military and first responders including gloved users in various situations.

  • GE Healthcare

    The GE CARESCAPE Central Station is a clinician-centric workstation designed for space optimization and workflow efficiency.

  • L1

    L-1 Identity Solutions offers a digital portable iris capture product along with a fingerprint reader. Our role was to create a design language to allow a modular unit to allow for changeable camera options and various lens and digital configurations.

  • Motorola

    The goal of this design program was to migrate the very successful design language of the HH1620 to the different form factor of the CPEi 600. A major change in this product from the HH1620 was the two large external antennas that needed to rotate for wall and desk usage.