Concept design is the initial phase of the design process.
We break down into four stages at MIDFIX, for our expert team to cover in more depth:
- Understand client drawings and models
- Create 2D and 3D product visuals
- Provide solution details
- Draw up budget and costs
What Does the Concept Design Process Involve?
Often referred to as the “big picture”, the aim of the conceptual design process is to look at the ways in which a product can solve identified issues.
If you work with us as our customer, we will ask you to send over your design ideas, so we can fully understand what it is you’re looking for. We will take the time to analyse your suggestions, so we can determine the key challenges that need to be overcome by the end product(s) that we design.
Following this, we will create a concept design proposal for you to consider. This will consist of multiple sections, not just involving a series of design solutions and technical specifications, but 2D and 3D product visuals too. Our aim is for you to see our ideas come to life.
We will then work together to ensure that all challenges identified are overcome, and you are entirely happy with the solutions that we have proposed. We can then draw up an agreed set of budgets and costs.
Once the design proposal and costs have been signed off, we can then move onto the next phase of the design process, which is commonly known as the engineering stage.
If you would like to find out more about what our conceptual design process consists of, and how we can help you, then get in touch with us today. Our expert engineering design team have a wealth of experience, and will answer any questions you may have.