• Unicorn

    StudioRed was challenged to create a first vision of this new AI interface for users pet health. The system had a range of benefits, multiple portals, an E-store and backend operations interface.

  • Hatch Baby Rest

    Night light, sound machine, and Ok-to-wake indicator in one modern device, designed to control and program conveniently from your phone.

  • 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.

  • Hatch Baby Grow

    Meet Grow, the second generation Smart Changing Pad, the modern nursery innovation that is changing the way you watch your baby grow. Combining a traditional diaper changing pad with a built-in, wireless smart scale, Grow allows you to easily track infant health metrics, providing reassurance to new parents from home.

  • Consumer Products

    The consumer product space is extremely competitive. As a result, a product’s usability, “look and feel,” and performance can make or break its success. StudioRed’s consumer product development process of Rational Emotional Design (RED) gives clients a product that is strategically created to compete in the consumer space through unique aesthetics, simple and intuitive functionality, and design for manufacture (DFM).

    Effective consumer product design and consumer product development can provide an unknown company with a significant market share through a compelling solution that correctly communicates a unique and memorable brand. StudioRed‘s diverse range of consumer product design experience allows us to cross pollinate innovations from different industries to consistently create the best possible products.

  • Drone

    An exploration into the future of drone technology, beyond what has been achieved today. We wanted to innovate and design an intelligent auto-piloting drone for the purpose of Security, Research, and Rescue. The goal was to push the boundaries of modern age technology and radically depart from current archetype

  • Tely

    Tely labs is a newly formed startup with the intention of deploying a new hardware offering into the competitive consumer market. Along with developing a powerful branded statement, the device would now offer full video conferencing to the home user in a single device solution.

  • Kestrel

    The design goal was to recapture lost market share in the hard core road bicycle category by redefining what a hard core, ultra high-end road bike should look like in 2004.