We are NOOS
NOOS is an industrial design studio which is curious for improvements. Our aim is to support clients in translating their ideas and problems into successful products.
In the process of this translation, we try to understand all important aspects from market, technology, design, but most important the end user. The end user always comes first in our filosophy. We want to understand the user in the best possible way to develop solutions that work. In order to streamline this process, we use high quality models and prototypes that combine design, technology and interaction.
By presenting users with these models, we gather crucial insights for further developments to finally come up with the best possible solution.
Our goal is to become the leading innovation centre in the south of the Netherlands, enabling us to help a large variety of customers inside and outside the region.
Tom finished both his Bachelor and Master studies at Eindhoven University of Technology. He graduated from his Bachelor course in 2008 and finished his Master in “Industrial Design” in 2010.
Tom has a very practical design approach in which he gathers knowledge by doing. He translates ideas into tangible and working prototypes and approaches problems as challenges to get the best out of each project. Next to strong technical knowledge, Tom has a strong affinity with interaction design. Creating neat products is what he wants.
Chris graduated in 2009 of his Bachelor education in “Industrial Design” at the Technical University of Eindhoven. In 2011 he graduated for his Master education in “Design for Interaction” at the Technical University of Delft.
Within Noos, Chris is the expert in user centred design. He is able to collect user wishes and demands by using generative processes, and translating this into an interaction vision and final design. Both vision and design are evaluated with the user to ensure the most innovative designed products, services or systems are achieved.
After finishing his Bachelor course “Industrial Design” in 2009 at the Eindhoven University of Technology, Paul moved to the UK to start with the joint Master course “Innovation Design Engineering” at the Royal College of Art and Imperial College London.
He graduated in 2011 and became a curious designer who develops creative solutions by making use of an iterative and disruptive design process combined with actively engaging in the entire innovation process. He gained experience at Bang & Olufson (DK) and working with various international renowed companies. Within NOOS he shares his expertises in industrial and system design to create innovative solutions. His goal is to bring a smile on your face with his designs!