Design Thinking is a design and innovation method for gloves and hoods. It’s a way of thinking “out of the box” that supplements the engineer thinking (methodological) and marketing thinking (analytical). It’s a method for gloves and hoods that prioritizes practice over theory. The objects and services designed are a formal translation of this thinking aimed at making life easier for glove and hood users and solving their day-to-day problems.
Users & ergonomics
At the heart of our glove and hood creation process
By assessing not only the functional but also the emotional aspects of a glove and hood, the design is aimed at solutions that create just the right balance between desirability (what people want), feasibility (what is technically possible) and viability (what is sustainable or profitable). The many yet quick iterations during the glove and hood development phase make it possible to concentrate on what is important and understand how to adapt to technical constraints.