Industrial Design: Making Technology Useful and Beautiful

by Daniel Dion / November 21, 2019

Principal Industrial Designer Daniel Dion explains how Benchmark's award-winning industrial design team develops products users love.

Industrial design combines human-centered design principles with engineering to create technology products that fit into a user's life or work process. Despite the name, industrial design isn't limited to industrial products and can be especially important in medical device design where usability is critical.

Benchmark's Industrial Design team provides:

  • Creative Workshops
  • Concept ideation, visualizations and prototyping
  • Usability studies and testing
  • User interface design: User flow diagrams, wireframes, mock ups, clickable prototypes and UI flow animation

We work together with our customers to create a product that is useful, usable and attractive.

Ready to talk about what Benchmark Industrial Design can do for your next product design? Contact us here!

RF/Microwave & mmWave About Benchmark

about the author

Daniel Dion

Daniel leads the Industrial Design and Human Factors effort on many engineering projects at Benchmark Electronics, generating concepts to drive development engineering initiatives. He is effective in delivering direction and support to a vast array of projects in several key market segments which including medical, industrial, telecommunications and computing. Through balancing aesthetic values and user-centered design principles with the real world constraints of functional requirements, budget and the market forces, Daniel has worked with the broader Benchmark Industrial Design and engineering teams to successfully produce marketable, manufacturable and award winning design solutions for a diverse customer base.

up-to-date content