Carelli Design

Ergonomics

Ergonomics, also known as human engineering or human factors engineering, is a science of designing products and interfaces to maximize the safety, comfort, and efficiency for the people who use them.

Carelli Design draws on the principles of industrial engineering, psychology, anthropometry (the science of human measurement), and biomechanics (the study of muscular activity) to adapt the design of products and workplaces to people’s sizes and shapes and their physical strengths and limitations. We also consider the speed with which humans react and how they process information, and their capacities for dealing with psychological factors, such as stress or isolation. Armed with a complete picture of how humans interact with their environment, we’re able to develop the best possible solution.

We design with people in mind

We view people and the objects they use as one unit, and ergonomic design blends the best abilities of people and machines. Unlike machines, humans need to sleep and they’re subject to illness, accidents, or making mistakes when working without adequate rest. Machines are also limited. They’re unable to repair themselves or adapt to unexpected situations as well as humans. An ergonomically designed product provides optimum performance because it takes advantage of the strengths and weaknesses of both its human and machine components.

Designing with people in mind often requires advanced technology, such as computer-aided design/computer-aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM) programs and robots to simulate human responses. Other ergonomic tools may be relatively simple, such as two or three-dimensional mannequins that represent particular dimensions of the human body, such as seated height, arm length or reach. By using such tools, we are able create products that fit 90 percent of the possible users. Our engineers are able to evaluate the tools and systems people use in the course of their day, using simulations (replicas of workstations), vehicles, and other scenarios together with observations of people using products in the replicated environment.


The Process of Innovation

The Process of Innovation
Our Objective
Our Approach
Strategic Design Process
Multi-disciplinary Teams
Global Research
Ergonomics
Design Research

Strategic Solutions

Strategic Solutions
Product Design
Interaction Design
Communication
Engineering
Model & Prototyping
Manufacturing
3D CAD Modeling

 

 

 

 

 

Additional Resources
Product Design
We deliver solutions that appeal to the emotional desires of consumers. Our industrial design and engineering teams are able to develop products that create an immediate visual tension, making consumers look—and keep looking.
Interaction Design
We provide a full range of digital design and implementation services, from audio and visual communication to e-commerce and everything in between, across multiple technologies, platforms and media.
Communication
Our experience in developing worldwide communication for global brands has earned us applied knowledge in managing the broad complexities associated with wide product varieties and territory-specific branding.
Engineering
We involve engineering into the earliest stages of the creative process to ensure feasibility and a smooth transition from design to development, and from development to production.
Model & Prototyping
Model-making, often an integral part of the creative design process, provides means for evaluation, concept integrity, considerations visual and functional, as well as ergonomic merits of a design proposal.
Manufacturing
We have an extensive pool of resources and a keen ability to seek out and qualify new vendors in order to provide our clients with the best possible manufacturing solution.
3D CAD Modeling
Our 3D Modeling Engineers bring characters to life, seamlessly blending live-action with CG animation, modeling, and dynamic compositing, frame by frame. These engineers, we call imagineers, build entire 3D virtual worlds, reinventing reality from the ground up.
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