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Do you have an exciting idea for a product but you don’t know

what to do next?


Then you have come to the right place.  


So often do we hear people say that they saw a product in a shop that they had thought of 10 years ago but did nothing about. The person that did something about it is now reaping the rewards of making their exciting idea a reality.


If you have an idea for a product that you know there is a market for then come and see us for a FREE initial consultation and we can help you to start the product design process.


From the consultation we will help with the first stages by creating a conceptual design that demonstrates what it will look like, it’s workings and from this we can create photorealistic renderings to use for future marketing material. With these documents you can attempt to license it or sell it to a relevant company that is on the look out for great consumer-led ideas.


Alternatively, we could continue to support you with the next design stage: the prototype stage. Here, we will use renderings of the product to help attract funds from grants or through crowd sourcing websites such as Kickstarter.com or Indigogo.com where people can donate money to support your project and in essence, financially support your product getting to manufacture. This new way of raising funds is great for individuals, as no shares have to be given away to investors.


We have a successful history of supporting individuals in the product design process where prototypes and photorealistic renderings have enabled them to showcase their product to companies and be taken seriously, assisting them in the financial negotiations with their product.


So, if you have the next best idea then contact us today:

t: 01273 945 400

e: info@bluesixdesign.com


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Recognizing the need is the primary condition for design.


Charles Eames

(Designer and Architect)