Paul's skills include product innovation, design conceptualizing, product configuration solutions, costing analysis, styling, brand elevation, technical brainstorming, quality control, model making and mechanical design concepts.
We can also offer mechanical engineering, 3D-CAD solid modelling of all mouldings, PCBs and components and technology development. The manufacturing, packaging and warehousing optimization opportunities are typically integrated into the design solutions and marketing options considered to give you the most successful product package from the factory to the product and on to the end customer.
Paul Brown has designed many products including surgical equipment, medical devices, laboratory instruments, sensing systems, kitchen appliances, power tools, baby equipment, automotive parts, touch-screen kiosks, ink-jet printers, smart phones and wireless card payment terminals.
Paul's particular design interests lie in innovation, ergonomics, smart configurations, practical mechanical and technological solutions and good aesthetics.
He is also involved in more diverse areas such as packaging design, fabric print design, clothing design and automotive styling consultancy.
He has gained experience from careers with Cambridge Consultants Limited (CCL), working typically in multi-disciplinary teams on complex, highly technical, new technology projects, Black & Decker as an in-house designer producing a range of power sanders, drills, grass trimmers and other power tools and Cambridge Industrial Design, typically designing hi-fi separates, laboratory and telecoms equipment.
Paul was trained at Leicester Polytechnic gaining a BA (Hons) Industrial Design (Engineering) Degree and prior to that at Worcester Victoria Institute where he gained a DATEC Art & Design Diploma.
Please see examples showing the breadth and diversity of my design work on the Introduction page slideshow.