Product and Service Design
frog works at the intersection of design, technology, and strategy to create the product, service, and brand experiences that people love. Our teams address every aspect of design and implementation—from branding to interaction design, from architecture to digital technology, from business strategy to data science.
frog constantly evolves research methodologies and toolkits to better understand people’s needs and behaviors, and to uncover hidden opportunities. All frogs—and many of our clients—participate in design research, because it informs and inspires our ideation.
Our researchers, designers, engineers, strategists, and program managers work side-by-side from start to finish, ensuring the final designs embody business goals, technical feasibility and customer needs. frogs are unusually passionate about getting it right, and will work across disciplines to make sure the final output reflects our intent.
Products and services can take the form of digital interactions, physical objects, or branded spaces—or combine aspects of all three. Our diverse capabilities in design, technology and strategy enable us to create distinct experiences that span across the digital, physical and environmental realms.
frog helps customers and businesses build meaningful relationships that will continue to grow and strengthen. We create interconnected ecosystems that take into account the entire brand, as well as the suite of products, services, and physical environments that comprise the business.
Through our work across many industries, we look into the future of businesses and markets to design and build solutions that advance the human experience.
Our work fundamentally changes the way businesses and industries operate, creating measurable value for our clients, end users and society. Talk to our business development team about working with frog.
We actively engage in conversations at the intersection of design, technology and business. Contact us with interview and speaking requests.
“We want whatever we are designing to not only be beautiful, but also to create an emotional connection with end users. The big win is not the design of the actual product or service, but seeing the delight that comes with watching people interacting with a great product or service.”