BY IMAGINING USAGE FROM THE CONSUMER PERSPECTIVE, THE MOST INTUITIVE AND NATURAL CONSUMER EXPERIENCE WAS CONSTRUCTED
The physical prototype also went on to form the aesthetic prototype, featuring the anticipated final colours and surface textures that could be used to communicate the Iungo Kettle to stake holders.
This dual purpose was possible due to the high level of the initial CAD that had been generated and the extensive research that suggested that further design changes would be minimal enough to not invalidate the use of the physical prototype in this manner.
The decision was made to split the usage of the prototype into two, to allow early user testing, without the need for waiting for paint to dry and allow further development work to run concurrently to the finishing of the prototype.
Final colours and surface finishes were chosen by generating a number of keyshot renders.