DISHER’s agile team of technical talent is ready to collaborate with you on your next project whether simple or high tech. Our cross-functional, multi-industry experience enables us to take projects to the next level and beyond. Helping our customers succeed and make a positive difference in our world is what drives us. Take a peek at just a few of our stories.+

Vehicle Demonstration Buck

Global Innovative Auto OEM
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Vehicle Demonstration Buck

Develop and integrate innovative, user-centered features involving electronics, lighting, and software for a show car.

Electronics, Engineering, Product Discovery & Industrial Design, Research & Process,

UX Research

To gather, organize, and analyze empathetic user research and present it in a useful, visual way for confident decision making.

Research & Process,

Healthcare Furniture

To develop an innovative product line that promotes provider to patient communication, supports technology, and is adaptable to a variety of medical settings.

Engineering, Product Discovery & Industrial Design, Research & Process,

CES Trade Show Booth Development

To manage prototype builds and trade show booth development to boost customer engagement for our client at the Consumer Electronics Show.

Program Management,

Fast/Casual Furniture

Develop new mixed-material chairs, stools, and tables for the fast-casual market with simple designs for manufacturing.

Engineering, Product Discovery & Industrial Design,

Innovation Workshop

To help companies expedite the creative process of innovation and enable them to make clear, unified decisions for the future.

Product Discovery & Industrial Design,

Vision Mapping

To help MMTC clearly define their business strategy, including their: Why, Way, What, Who, Where and How.

Research & Process,

Storm Door

To reimagine residential storm doors with aesthetic, simple, and manufacturable design characteristics.

Product Discovery & Industrial Design,

Bread Slicer

Renew the design aesthetics and user interface (ergonomics, accessibility, space, and safety) of an industrial bread slicer.

Engineering, Product Discovery & Industrial Design, Research & Process,