• Wayzn

    Wayzn is an automatic sliding pet door opener that convert any sliding glass door into an automatic, app-controlled pet door with added security. The first day our client launched this product on crowdfunding, they exceeded the goal. At this point the client has raised almost 4x their funding goal, and has received great feedback both on their crowdfunding project and in their debut at CES.
  • ThinOptics Manhattan

    Manhattan is an ultra-slim case for the ultra-minimal Thinoptics glasses. StudioRed was challenged with the task of creating this functional and portable case with high-end jewelry-like look and feel. Volumetric constraints imposed all three dimensions as it was to be minimally thin, while being manufacturable all while fitting onto the backs of specific phones without interfering with back-cameras.

  • 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.

     

     

  • Target

    Prototyping- IoT product line- for monitoring consumables.

    StudioRed prototyping team printed, created surface textures and finishes, painted and prepared for Target advertisement photography. Project was completed in about a week.

  • Miriq

    MiriQ, a German corporation, had come to us with a non-successful prototype of a full power battery charger/battery backup system through Israeli and Taiwanese partners. It did not function nor was UL certification possible even though the unit had full wall voltage supplied it.

  • Fathom

    Back in 1996, StudioRed helped design one of the very first mass-produced VR systems for Virtuality. Fast forward 22 years, and virtual reality, augmented reality and mixed reality are part of a multibillion dollar industry. StudioRed took this opportunity to study and understand the current state of the industry and learn more about the user’s side including things like painpoints and interaction points.

  • Frame

    A UX Product Design Strategy that Leads to Increased Retention.
    How to Implement Fun Elements into Your Product to Motivate Users.

     

  • 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.

  • Surecall FusionTrek

    The FusionTrek has taken SureCall’s powerful cellular signal boosting technology and redesigned it into a plug-and-play solution that fits in the rear-window of any car, truck, or SUV.

  • ThinOptics FlashCard

    FlashCard is a design and engineering challenge of compactness that truly follows the the ThinOptics mantra of being ultra-thin. Many materials, treatments, constructions, mechanisms and assembly methods were considered before StudioRed quickly delivered this optimal and customizable design that appears simple and intuitive to the user.

  • O Wellness

    User Experience: 5 Tips for Designing Products to Appeal to Millennials

     

     

  • Consumer Products

    Consumer Product Design

    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.