The Story Behind Our New MFP Design
Be Smarter and More Sustainable. New Design for MFPs.
Knowledge Is Power, and Data Is the Backbone of Knowledge
Unraveling the UX/UI Design of piglyph, a Platform which Provides Users with Real-Time Visualizations of Dialogue.
What is Design for Commercial Printing All About?
“Everything Had a Meaning” Behind the Design of RICOH GR
Taking a fresh look at sustainability from a designe’s perspective
We design on site, transcending nationalities and occupations
Improving Design Skills: Video Content Creation
Shaping Value that Fits in the Palm of Your Hand
Design that supports medical and health care
A sharp eye for workers in the field behind simple design
“Monozukuri” Collaboration Project by Small Factories and RICOH Design
Branding via the design of a new business
Designing with the user in mind
Designing the experience itself
Design that grasps the context
The best camera applied with craftsmanship
Striving for an MFP prompting users to place it nearby
Confortable design by focusing on people
360-degree design for a living space
Relationships Between People and Tools through Long-Term Use
Designing Orthodox Styles
Passion for Marble Icons
The Office Knowledge Creation Support Machine
New product design based on different cultures and sensitivities
The designer is an intelligent hub for connecting everything
Designing attractive products for users
Designing products that people want to use
We harness the power of design to provide experiences that make people want to use our products—the first time, and every time.
Along with providing beautiful shapes to products and enhanced usability, we are engaged in designing to influence customers' unconscious actions or senses. We also provide visualization to business concepts or product concepts. For this we have adopted ethnography, design thinking, scene drawings, and swift mock designs. Furthermore, in design research, we are active in pursuing more high style design.
We design consistent impressions and usability in all instances of operation such as in the main unit of a product, smart devices, computer screens, and so on. Also, we aim for universal usability for comfortable operations by a range of people and reliability in building so that people feel comfortable when using our products. We are involved in interface design to impress customers.
Through the process of thinking design, we look for unnoticed differences between ideals and reality, and find "questions" providing insights (awareness) that lead to creative solutions. We help you reach your goals faster by improving the resolution of your thinking processes for various internal and external activities such as designing customer experiences and exploring new businesses.