What we do
Our clients come to us because they need a better product, service or technology that will help them compete in their market.
They value our breadth of expertise and the perspective it gives: the ability to see problems in new ways and come up with new solutions.
We know what it takes to bring an invention to market. We help our clients generate ideas and transform those ideas into business advantages.
Our core mission is to be professional inventors for international clients. To accomplish that, we need a flexible, capable, multidisciplinary team: unique experts who can also work with others. We’re proud that the team we’ve assembled has the skills and experience to support our enormous range of projects.
Technology and Engineering
Business and Management
Human Centered Design
For over 30 years, our approach to invention has been guided by a unique philosophy. We think of the journey from idea to business in terms of the three phases of matter: gas, liquid, solid.
This philosophy has helped us develop reliable procedures to make invention a matter of practice, not just luck.
Human Centered Design
Creaholic Human Centered Design
Human-centered design is a working method that is intended to create products and services tailored to customers’ needs. It involves analyzing and improving existing customer experiences or developing and implementing new ideas from scratch. The key factor in achieving those goals is to put the user of a product or service - and their requirements, characteristics, and preferences - at the forefront of the development process.
Human-centered design unites what makes sense from a human point of view with technical feasibility and economic viability. Through this need-focused product and service development, HCD supports organizations as they integrate individual offerings into a holistic brand experience and forge long-lasting connections with customers. Thus, HCD pertains to change and innovation processes in all the important aspects of an organization: from product development to key performance indicators, from the training of coworkers to the design of the office, from high-level strategy to practical methods and tools for innovation.