Inch is a clever, small and scrappy engineering and product development consultancy founded in 1990. We’re interested in more than just making things that work well and look good. We want to improve nutrition, expose children to great books, eliminate waste and consistently do some good. We work with clients that we respect, and we create products that we believe in.
We have developed a wide range of products, including a CD jewel box (Sony), wing de-icing systems (Boeing), high end audio speakers (Anthony Gallo Acoustics), dental syringes (Johnson & Johnson), museum lighting fixtures (LSI), dispensers/packages for cosmetics (Revlon), and glass bathroom doors that turn opaque (Bar89).
Our iGrill product won Best of CES 2011. We have twice won an annual I.D. magazine gold award and we received a 2009 Business Week IDEA award. Inch has been featured in: The New York Times, Inc. Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, and our work has been exhibited at the London Design Museum.