Pro’s go-to circ saw
the “Biggest Loser”
Cookware from Asia
developed to address current U.S. consumer lifestyles and trends.
Dozens of DIY
and professional applications.
One durable device.
Group 4 invents a totally new way to grow veggies and herbs from seed.
Winner - 2014 IDSA Industrial Design Excellence AwardLearn More
Group 4’s translation of key ingredients, cultural and brand equities into packaging for the U.S. consumer has helped HADA LABO – the #1 face lotion in Japan - gain a foothold at a leading beauty products retailer.Learn More
Creating the full
brand identity - name, logo, package, case, accessories
Skil’s enviable reputation in circular saws is so ingrained that many refer to any circ saw as a “SkilSaw”. Balance, power and weight are critical factors in saw design and improvements have been incremental – each ounce shed is a major achievement.
Congratulations to our friends at Seek Thermal! Today Popular Science announced that the Seek Thermal CompactXR thermal imaging camera received a prestigious “Best of What’s New” award in the Best Gadget category.
The history of thermal imaging dates back to the late 1950’s and has evolved predominantly in military, public safety, industrial and sophisticated professional applications with availability, price and complexity well out of the reach of consumers,
New pharmaceutical therapies generate enormous attention and hope among the healthcare community and patients. Many of these therapies are in forms – pills, patches, inhalables – that often shifts drug administration to patients which calls for increased education and training by health care provider’s.
We get asked that question frequently and I am pleased to say that several of our clients have shared sales data that proves that when executed in concert with end-user research, packaging design does make a difference.
The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies and the The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design announced that Group 4 won a 2015 Green GOOD DESIGN Award for work on Dow Corning’s Vacuum Insulated Panels (VIP). The design represents the first successful VIP integration into global construction methods.