Radian Design Sees Innovative Kid’s Cutlery Featured On Dragon’s DenOctober 9, 2017
Radian Design a member of the Innovation Martlesham cluster, is celebrating a new first, our client Nana’s Manners have made it into the Den to pitch for investment in their ergonomic children’s cutlery. They emerged unscathed and smiling with Peter Jones commenting ‘You’ve done a really good job. The design and the quality of the product is fantastic’ We won’t reveal too much more but you can catch the episode on iplayer here at http://bbc.in/2yVrIV9. Read the story behind Nana’s Manners and the journey from concept to production on the Radian Design website at http://bit.ly/1UanWJT and the cutlery can be found at www.nanasmanners.com.
Radian Design is run by husband and wife team Jonathan and Simone Beadle. They are both Industrial Designers who met at Brunel University. Since then, they have worked in both industry and consultancy, gaining a wealth of experience in the design and development of products for a range of market sectors.
Radian Design work closely with their clients, developing new products and technologies from concept, through design, prototyping and development to manufacture. Jonathan and Simone are personally involved at every stage of a project. They are passionate about delivering really well designed products that are inclusive, ergonomic and great looking, with attention given to every detail and which meet the needs of both user and client in the best way possible.
Kathryn Baldrey Chourio, Owner, Nana’s Manners Ltd, says “As a start-up business, we have found the support and advice from Radian Design as valuable as the fantastic design work they have done for us. The attention to detail at every stage has been amazing. They are a great team to work with and we are delighted to have them involved in our company’s development.”