Product Design

Some products are so ingenious in its functionalism, it leaves an impression on hundreds of generations. Inventions such as Pen, Clock, Wheel etc are some basic component of our old-world, that are still making a magnificent impact on our generation.

In a fast pace moving technologically changing world, at Avinamaurya, we try keeping next-generation technology in sync with our every product designs.

There is no perfect unique approach to design a product that is best fit for industrial or consumer applications in one-shot. Therefore, we follow the models of our great leading technology institutions and organisations such as Adobe, Stanford and Google.


One of the models that have been adapted by our Engineers to deliver a quality product design follows four key elements:

  • Identifying a market opportunity,
  • Clearly defining the problem,
  • Developing a proper solution for that problem
  • Validating the solution with real users.

Identifying a market Opportunity

Defining the Problem Specifically

Develop a Proper Solution

Validating the Solution

Inspired by Adobe’s principles of Product Design:


Designing an object that tells a story is a human-centred design approach. Building the human psychological elements in your design is a modern way to amplify the efficaciousness of the product.

We create a base of our Design by learning fundamental scientific and mathematical concepts. We don’t blindly do trial and error and uncountable iterations to achieve our goals. It is our responsibility and school of thought that a theoretical foundation in the early stage of design creates an efficient product with optimal cost and time.


The Classic Flow of Design by Stanford



School of Thought


What fulfils an individual necessity and harmonious balance in society is a worthy achievement.