Lightweight, Versatile, and Modular. These are a few of the descriptors that came to mind when we sat down to start designing the Arris Travel Series. The pack took more than two years to design, with a dozen renditions sewn, and countless hours in the design room with our team. But what goes into the design process exactly? We sat down with Brad Meyer, the Design Director here at Boundary, to get the inside scoop on what the design process looks like.
What inspired the Arris?
Do you have a specific process that you stick to when designing new products? i.e.: pagination, hand sketching, CAD, prototyping, etc.?
How did you come up with the accessories built around the Arris?
Does the Boundary team give you any suggestions?
What is your favorite part of the process?
How do you get feedback on the design/product?