- Explore - What is design?
- Exploration into what drives consumers is the beginning of design. This is understanding your market and crafting a model of customers’ creative thinking and needs. Superior design, however, is not solely customer ideation. The 'right' product or service may not be reaching its full potential. This is another instance where a Designer is called in. Designers combine elements of research and global priorities, as well as practical elements of functional design, to resolve your issues thus improving the connection between your business and your consumer in our rapidly changing global market.
The design process is personal to each client. It involves establishing criteria critical to your needs and then using them as the foundation of a design. A language is created that will represent the client in abstract or literal form and is then used as inspiration to inform plan, elevation, section, and 3d.
Anyone can draw a picture but not everyone can construct one. The foundation of a building and the orthographic construction of a product are one in the same. Any product can be beautiful on the outside but inner beauty shows through in the eyes of the engineer and your costing when the product is properly designed from the ground up.
- What is NQS?
- Nonquitt Studios is a group of young professionals sharing a variety of design experience. This offers a 360° perspective on your design challenges or problems. Whether you need to streamline a product line, reinvent a brand, establish a new identity for your business, design a conference room, lobby, or an entirely new building.
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- We also provide commercial and graphic services, including contacts to Comcast and Verizon Networks to promote your product or business. Alternatively our service can develop a coroporate logo, new letterhead, patches, or business cards. At Nonquitt Studios, no job is too big, or too small. With affordable rates for everyone, your business is our business. Contact us with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org