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Podcast  >  Enterprise  >  Open For Business  >  Of Good Designs, Customer Criteria, And Lightersabers

Of Good Designs, Customer Criteria, And Lightersabers

Wong Li Soong & Ang Tee Chain, Expedio Design

21-Mar-18 10:00

Of Good Designs, Customer Criteria, And Lightersabers

Established in June 2010, Expedio Design is a boutique multi-disciplinary creative consultancy based in Petaling Jaya. Their teams execute a controlled, finely-tuned product development process that blends design with strategy, research, engineering and prototyping, ensuring the best possible solution to any design challenge. We speak to founders Li Soong and Tee Chian about their process, the evolution of design, and their newest pet-project, the Lightersaber!


Produced by: Richard Bradbury

Tags:  LightersaberExpedio Designproduct designStar WarslightersproductdesignTelecom, IT, TechnologyManagerial Resources/DevelopmentEntrepreneur Resources/DevelopmentTechnology news, reviews


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