There are a lot of designers out there.
Getting a slice of the pie is no piece of cake. That's why
a designer must stand apart in this market driven by taste.
Another problem designers face is getting an idea to market,
when no one knows how it will work. It is a chicken and
egg problem that sometimes causes good ideas to be lost.
With N Formation Design, you'll find that simulations solutions
are more than just icing on the cake; they are the razor-sharp
cutting edge that helps a designer to get a piece of the
A New World:
Bruce Mau says, "Design has
emerged as one of the world's most powerful forces. It has
placed us at the beginning of a new, unprecedented period
of human possibility, where all economies and ecologies
are becoming global, relational, and interconnected."
By envisioning our designed future more clearly through
simulations we can foresee many obstacles and bring them
into the design, rather than just plowing them over.
Companies need to know what they are
getting into with new products, especially when new ideas
are presented. Simulations are highly effective at presenting
a design to a curious crowd, often more so than a handheld
One of the best ways to tell if an idea
is going to be popular is to simply get it out to the public.
Simulation can do this without the need to produce a surplus
of products. Distributed, on-demand fabrication can take
care of the rest.
Securing a patent is a difficult process.
Detailed, interactive models can ensure that an idea is
presented in full for a patent application. This removes
a great amount of uncertainty about the ownership of a particular