UnSeen Labs developed the product concept from idea to final prototype using agile, iterative and user-centric design. After successfull crowd-funding campaign, we built the final product and ramped up mass production.
Mikko Kesti, an avid photo hobbyist, was looking for a solution to help with editing large number of photos in Adobe Lightroom™. Mikko came up with an brilliant idea of a DJ-Mixer for photographs and needed quick and easy prototyping to find out if it is possible to implement.
The first question was if it was possible to control Adobe Lightroom™ without a mouse in such a way that it would be helpful for professional photographers. Editing photos takes lots of time, is ergonomically poor and leaves a lot of the potential of the software unused. The aim was to solve the question quickly and without a massive budget.
The prototype turned out to be feasible and the product design was iterated in user-centric way. The photo editing console was developed from concept to reality in cooperation with experienced UnSeen team. With help of the fully working product prototype, applying funding was made possible for Loupedeck.
UnSeen has solid experience in designing new products and taking them to mass production and global markets.
Mikko Kesti, CEO of Loupedeck