Agile and open in mindset, Insphere’s approach to the design process was one of adaption and change which has proved to be foundational to the success of the Iona project.
“When we first engaged with Realise, they really took the time to understand our company not just our product requirements; resulting in a design that reflects our brand and values. Throughout the development process they have maintained good communication, working with us as part of our engineering team. They were responsive and can deliver to tight timescales. The end result is a product that we’re all really proud of, with great visual impact whilst meeting some very challenging functional criteria.” Ollie Martin, CTO
Working with a new start-up and innovative disruptor, Realise have designed a hybrid-electric aircraft to force a much needed change in the aircraft industry.
A follow-up to the ISPO Outdoors event, Tom asks how the sports and outdoors industry will restart offering some top tips for your own micro-adventure as Covid-19 continues.
Inspired at this year’s ISPO, Realise’s Tom shares some thoughts on the toxic relationship between big brands and consumers in the sports industry.
Realise discusses the opportunities to be found in the defence sector and touch on the controversy surrounding potential projects from a product designer’s perspective.
Realise’s event review of the Fireside Summit and the lessons that need to be brought forward when incorporating AI and big data into product design.
Unsure about creating and launching a new product? Take some advice from Steve Jobs and then reach out to Realise to help you make a change.
Realise’s founder, Andrew Redman discusses his thoughts on the four key traits that make a successful project manager.