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Digital Prototyping and Design

Turning your Ideas into Tangible Designs

Transform your ideas into tangible designs with ASTOUND’s Digital Prototyping and Design services. Our team specializes in creating detailed digital prototypes that allow you to visualize, test, and refine your concepts before they reach production. Whether it’s for digital products, software applications, or complex physical objects, our prototyping services help streamline the development process and reduce time to market by identifying potential issues early and enabling iterative improvements.

Utilizing the latest in prototype design tools and methodologies, ASTOUND ensures that each prototype is not only a visual representation but also functionally and interactively close to the final product. This approach helps our clients make informed decisions, improve product functionality, and enhance user experience from the earliest stages of design.

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Selected work



Coca-Cola
Bottle Art Tour

The travelling art exhibit featured some of the most notable and memorable original artworks to feature Coca-Cola imagery.



CIBC
Ambition Centre

CIBC approached ASTOUND to develop digital first experience for their first experiential branch located in Yorkdale Mall in Toronto, Ontario Canada.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is digital prototyping?

Digital prototyping involves creating detailed, computer-based models of products or systems that simulate the appearance, functionality, and workflow of a physical product before it is built. This allows designers and engineers to visualize and test features, make improvements, and gain stakeholder feedback without the costs and time associated with physical prototyping.

What is product prototyping?

Product prototyping is the process of creating an initial model of a product to test and validate its concept, design, functionality, and usability. This is a critical step in the product development process, as it provides an opportunity to explore ideas, identify potential issues, and gather user feedback before full-scale production begins.