- You might be here because you have realized that mostof your Market Successes highly depends on designand innovation processes.But, what could be the pitfalls in your current productsthat prevent your company from getting Higher Sales?Have you asked yourself lately the following 3 questions:1. Does my product predictably win my prospectsbuying decision at the decision making moment?2. Does my product predictably evolve brand+productloyalty in my prospects and make them eager to buyagain from me?3. Is my product FREE FROM PRICE competition soI can define the price that really meets its Value?We believe that only a Complex Design Solution can copewith these challenges.That's why we have specialized in consistently designingnew products that translate into sustainable marketsuccesses regardless of category or industry.If you'd like to know what can be the major pitfalls in yourcurrent products that prevent your company from gettingHigher Sales we recommend you as a first step to get a firstconsultation from us by clicking here!................................................................................................................PS: By the way, what is igen in igendesign?We have chosen igen (pronunced [igen]) for two reasons:igen is a very unique word. The expression 'Yes' is signedby 'igen' only in the Hungarian language all over the world.The word 'igen' represents our attitude to design:We say IGEN to face Fear, face Challenges, face the Unknown.Alberto Vasquez
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"Your work "Flow" is impressive. Bamboo is very popular natural material especially in Asian region as you know. Since childhood, bamboo has been deeply woven into Japanese daily implements and lives. I appreciated your idea because the work utilizes natural resources in the manner integrating with current technologies and sculptural interest working with the wind. Above all the idea backing up whole your work is ethos of environmental care."
Chairman of GK Design Group, Senator of ICISID
"Wow! I am blown away by working with IgenDesign! Although our patient monitor InnoCare-T was a highly relaible product on the market, its appearance got more and more outdated and it had lost interest in the eyes of our prospects. During the development of the next generation of this product I was amazed how simply Alberto could describe and synthesize complex design problems. He came up with unique and effective ideas about how to influence the perception of our products by our prospects, which right after implementation led to higher sales. The new InnoCare-T attracted tons of attention on its first exhibiton and we sold more than three hundreds on the first week!"
Akos Kiss (Chief Engineer)
Innomed Medical Zrt.
"When I launched Akiyai, the Colombian Cultural Social Network, it seemed to be incredibly tough to seduce the Facebook-addicted Colombian prospects to the Akiyai. I needed a convincing design - a strong first impression that says: "This is not an average social network site; this is something more Sophisticated, Cultural and Colombian”. During the design process Alberto was thinking in culture, society and technology in the same time. He considered that Colombian people are highly sensitive of their cultural identity, therefore Akiyai's world has to reflect their feeling of life. Before the new design the site had less than 1000 user. After updating with the new identity Akiyai has reached the 11000 registered user by the end of the year!"
Carlos Vasquez, Founder and CEO
Akiyai - The Colombian Social Network
„Alberto’s Colombian origin gives a deeper cultural understanding to IgenDesign...”
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2012 Chicago, USA - TEDx UChicago - Flow lamp
2012 Kronberg, Germany - BraunPrize 2012 Exhibition - Flow lamp
2012 New York, USA - White Box Gallery - Flow lamp
2011 Wien, Austria - University of Applied Arts Vienna - Flow lamp
2010 Tokyo, Japan - Koizumi Lighting Technology Corp.: Koizumi Lighting Showroom - Flow lamp
2010 Budapest, Hungary - Hungarian Design Week - Flow lamp
2010 Budapest, Hungary - Iaeste InSide: Innovative Steps in Development - ‘Molnarka’ universal rescueboat
2009-2010 Budapest, Hungary - Iaeste traveling exhibition - ‘Molnarka’ universal rescueboat
2007 Budapest, Hungary - Museum of Aplied Arts: ‘Children’s toys’ exibition - Odoo container system