Seymour PowellPosted: November 07, 2011
Seymourpowell is one of the world’s leading design and innovation companies.
Founded in 1984 by Richard Seymour and Dick Powell, the London-based group of award winning designers has produced some of the “milestone” products of the last two decades. Seymour Powell is the company behind break-through design concepts such as the cordless kettle, the world’s first truly pocket mobile phone, Aqualisa’s digital showers and ENV, again the world’s first hydrogen fuel cell motorcycle.
Seymour Powell works at the cutting edge of industrial design and consumer product strategy and development across a huge range of sectors including consumer products, transport and FMCG, covering everything from bra’s to cars, trains and planes for clients including Tefal, Unilever, Nokia, Bell and Honda.
Seymourpowell currently employs 80 people, combining a design studio, research centre, materials library and prototyping workshop.
The company has a unique holistic approach to design and innovation, which combines in depth experience and up to date intelligence about people, markets and businesses. They have the ability to forecast and interpret the vital implications of behaviours and work out future scenarios to give their clients the confidence and reassurance that they are making the right decision.
Seymourpowell are skilled in exploiting ideas that create real value and always look to move clients forward creatively. They are not just visionary thinkers, but future ‘doers’. Ultimately, they are about making things better: better for people, better for business and better for the world.