Fitbit engaged Punchcut to envision and design a future product experience with an expanded set of features that extends the value of its connected fitness service and product offering.
A major international device manufacturer sought to market new devices targeted to kids in the US. Punchcut researched the business and user experience factors in the US kids device market to develop a product strategy and UX design concepts to capture these new market opportunities.
Punchcut worked with Toyota on a series of research and design initiatives focused on envisioning next generation user experience opportunities within Toyota's vehicle offering. Projects have ranged from envisioning a telematic service that explored new contexts, sensors and input methods for safe use while driving, to the support of rapid ideation efforts focused on identifying use cases for advanced display technologies. Punchcut has also partnered with Toyota teams to provide guidance on the most effective research metrics and methods for measuring the user experience performance of key features and functions.
Punchcut partnered with Discovery Networks to re-imagine their digital presence across their various channels, networks and properties. The new design system was created to drive page views, provide fans with additional video content online and unify the overall experience while allowing networks and shows the flexibility to communicate their unique brands.
Punchcut partnered with a major technology company to concept and design a smart home automation and media service across multiple devices that supported audio, video, temperature, and lighting controls. The goal was to bring the value of the internet of things into homes in the most simple and intuitive ways.
Punchcut worked with a leading cable news broadcast network to design a next-gen responsive UX framework. A robust and scalable content and design system was created to enable flexibility across the network, from editorial to advertising to production. This design framework supported their TV Everywhere initiative and goals for increased engagement with video content across web and mobile devices.
Punchcut was engaged by a leading technology company to envision the future of intelligent media and camera experiences on smartphones. Leveraging emerging technologies such as robust image recognition and rich sensor data, Punchcut created user experiences that would capture and enhance the stories in the everyday lives of users.
Skype came to Punchcut to improve their user experience design system across their service touch points. Punchcut created an evolved design language that influenced the re-launch of desktop, web, TV and mobile applications in addition to creating future-forward visions of rich communication and collaboration experiences.
Zazzle has engaged Punchcut on numerous occasions to collaborate on some of their most innovative UI and interaction challenges, across a variety of digital touch points. As the leader in online product customization, Zazzle is expanding the possibilities of retail experiences.
Punchcut worked with eBay to evolve its tablet application experience through a complete application redesign. The newly designed experience extended the retail service through enhanced functionality and tablet-appropriate browsing mechanisms. The immersive experience has deepened customer engagement and significantly increased mobile transactions.
Punchcut partnered with one the world's largest watch brands to create the core interface framework for a series of connected smart watches targeted at athletes and runners. The goal was to enable glanceable access to key information without distracting from intense activity. This wearable user experience established a distinctive new platform for future products and services.
Punchcut partnered with Nissan to deliver a future forward vision and experience strategy for Infiniti's next generation Human-Machine Interface (HMI). Punchcut performed contextual research, defined feature concepts and interaction models, and created design scenarios to illustrate this vision and strategy. Ultimately, we delivered a compelling, aspirational lifestyle vision video along with strategic recommendations that showcased how the future of the Infiniti brand and user experience could evolve in an increasingly connected world.
Punchcut worked with GE's Appliances division to design multiple mobile applications for their smart home offering. These mobile applications delivered an array of control and monitoring capabilities for a suite of high-end smart appliances.
Punchcut worked with T-Mobile to create a cross-platform design system to be used across all their digital touchpoints, as well as their retail locations. This design system strategically addressed the integration of various branded applications and services, across platforms, devices and locations.
Punchcut partnered with Harman's Aha Radio to redesign a connected car application that enables consumers to bring their media library and other content on the road. Punchcut’s expertise in both iOS and Android platforms created a scalable design system that extended gracefully across platforms and seamlessly integrated with automobile interfaces and controls.
Punchcut worked with GE to create an enterprise-wide mobile design system intended to enable designers and developers to more efficiently get their products to market. This mobile design system created brand and experience consistency across business units of varying types and scale as well as rules, guidance and design/development references for individual product teams in their product development efforts.