Industrial Designers in Cornwall

Innovolo’s experienced industrial design and product development team in Cornwall understands how to strike the perfect balance between innovation, aesthetics and functionality.

Our experts bring together a deep understanding of your business challenges, product requirements, latest methodologies, technologies and materials, customer use specifications, and costing objectives to accompany you through your entire product design, industrial & product development process.

Innovolo’s product development professionals and industrial designers create quality products, reduce production costs, shorten your time-to-market, and boost your overall competitiveness.

Whether for a turnkey project or ad hoc services, we provide the best knowledge and knowhow.


The Innovolation™ Framework

The Innovolation™ Framework is an agile Research and Development outsourced innovation methodology designed to help SMEs to leverage market gaps in their current product or service offering. 

The process is an overall packaged innovation management offering, and you may wish to carry out some steps yourselves.

If only I could find a product design company near to me in Cornwall…

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  • Dogs on beaches - 'harmonisation and simplification' of regulations
    Having listened to feedback from the Council’s largest-ever consultation response, regulations for dogs on beaches in Cornwall will be simplified and harmonised from this April. Rob Nolan, Cabinet Member for Neighbourhoods and Public Protection, has decided that restrictions will be in place only in July and August, except on beaches with Blue Flag or Seaside […]
  • Over £900 for Cornwall Hospice Care as Penmount Crematorium Charity of 2019
    Penmount Crematorium near Truro has raised £913.91 for Cornwall Hospice Care in its annual Charity of the Year fundraiser. The charity cheque was handed over to Clare Bray & Anna Seymour from Cornwall Hospice Care by Penmount Staff on 30 January. The funds were raised from donations received at the crematorium’s Service of Remembrance held […]
  • Moves underway to create Cornwall's first ‘Real Living Wage Town’
    Penzance could become the first Living Wage Accredited Town in England, under ambitious plans being developed between local employers, business owners, the Chamber of Commerce and Cornwall Council. The real living wage is based on the cost of living and is voluntarily paid by nearly 6,000 UK businesses and organisations.  The current rate is set […]
  • Have your say on Langarth Garden Village masterplan
    We’re holding a series of community engagement events in and around the site of the new Langarth Garden Village during the first week of March so you can give us your views on the latest draft of the masterplan. Langarth Garden Village is set to provide high quality homes, education, health, cultural and leisure facilities, […]
  • Announcement of ground-breaking joint leadership role
    A new approach to working together on social care, health commissioning and public health services across Cornwall is being put in place following a joint agreement between Cornwall Council and NHS Kernow Clinical Commissioning Group. The new joint ‘Accountable Officer’ role will incorporate the duties currently undertaken by Cornwall Council’s Strategic Director of Adult Care […]

Amazing Inventions from Cornwall

The rocket line apparatus, a system to launch a line from a ship in distress to the shore, was invented by Helston's Henry Trengrouse.

The cabinetmaker created the device after watching more than 100 men drown when the frigate HMS Anson was grounded off Loe Bar near Porthleven in 1807. Trengrouse Way in Helston was named after him.

Ah. Pasties. Beef, potato, turnip and onion. Foreign versions of Wikipedia say it's "some kind of pie originally from Cornwall, England". Spot on.

You can find/eat pasties everywhere in Cornwall – and the rest of the UK, urgh – and the Cornish are quite proud of them. It has had Europe's Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) status since 2011.

Richard Trevithick was born on April 13, 1771, in Tregajorran, a hamlet located near Redruth. He was a famous mining engineer and invented and built the very first steam locomotive before he started to work in Peru and explore Costa Rica.

Although many attribute James Watt with the birth of the modern engine, Trevithick was the father of the high-pressure steam engine.