Companies Who Rely on Multiple Design Systems

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Companies - Engineering and Industrial Design

Many companies use multiple design protocols in the process of creating and marketing their products. These methods could include industrial design, mechanical design, UX design, design thinking and more. Below are three examples of companies utilizing a combination of design systems.

Harry's, Inc.


SGW Designworks

  • SGW Designworks is a product development company specializing in product design, machine design, engineering services, industrial design, mechanical development, electronics design, and embedded systems engineering throughout the full product development cycle for clients throughout the country.
  • Headquarters: 3131 W State Street #230, Boise, Idaho 83703.

Fluor Corporation


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  • "As a multi-brand company, we encounter additional complexities when sharing components. Generally, each brand has its own design, engineering, and product teams, which means the Forge needs to allow for full customizability so that a brand can develop a one-of-a-kind design system."
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  • "We are a product development company located in beautiful Boise Idaho, but we work with clients all over the United States in the development of innovative new products, equipment, and systems. Businesses have trusted us as their product design and machine design partner since 2008. We serve a wide range of industries and markets. Our product design and engineering services include industrial design, mechanical development, electronics design, and embedded systems engineering throughout the full product development cycle. We apply Lean Startup principles, which means frequent, focused prototyping and iterations throughout the product development. "
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  • "Fluor can meet Clients' project needs anywhere. Engineering disciplines include: civil, electrical, mechanical, piping and structural engineering; as well as advanced specialties such as simulation, enterprise integration, integrated automation processes and interactive 3D and 4D modeling."