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With thousands of successful projects under our belt (and dozens of awards in our pockets), PDT takes great pride in bringing the most revolutionary designs to market for our clients. Whether it’s the latest smartphone, the slimmest laptop or the most rugged drill in your toolbox, our proven process rapidly identifies key insights and opportunities, translates them to meaningful solutions and minimizes engineering cycle times to meet the demands of today’s unforgiving consumer product markets.
The prevalence of electronics in today’s world may give the impression that design and development of devices like mobile phones or tablet computers is something most anyone can do… Our clients know that to stand out in a market of me-too, it takes a partner like PDT to bring truly visionary ideas to life. We push the limits every day – thinner, faster, lighter, sexier – helping build market share and brand recognition through products that capture consumers’ imaginations and exceed their expectations.
We keep our fingers on the pulse of culture, fashion, and the range of international influences which shape consumer preferences. Our design team knows how to read the tea leaves and decode the signals to predict just what colors, finishes, forms and features will spark desire in your customers, making PDT’s ongoing trend research the cornerstone to successful product planning in a marketplace that can shift at the speed of Twitter.
Staying connected to the most effective and influential technologies available is an essential – and often overlooked – component of successful product development. With experience spanning the consumer, medical and military markets, we apply proven solutions creatively across these sectors to address common challenges. Our team always has its eyes on the horizon, scanning for the latest advances to achieve demanding functional and aesthetic goals.
Today’s user interfaces should be designed to be flexible not only for the users, but also for the device manufacturer to enable them to offer seamless updates over time. more