The custom electronics enclosures, electronics project boxes, and electronic control housings we design and manufacture at ClickFold Plastics address three of the most important elements of product presentation.
- Branding: We can print your company name and logo directly onto the enclosure with extraordinary color/font accuracy. Studies have shown repeatedly that Brand Labeling is one of the most important factors affecting consumer purchasing. A common conclusion asserts that “… using a brand name significantly increased perceived quality and willingness to buy, as compared to using no branding. This statistically significant effect held over all price levels. (Dodds, et al.)”
- Unique Form-Factors: We realize that the shape of a custom plastic enclosure is often dictated by its intended placement and function, but even if it is difficult to escape from the tyranny of the standard rectangular housing, it is not impossible. At Clickfold Plastics, we pride ourselves on pushing the boundaries of traditional plastics fabrication to make your product’s appearance unique and visually complementary to its function.
- Physical UI Elegance : Electronic products exist to free users from unnecessary repetition and to break complicated processes into relatively simple tasks. They often make new things possible. End-users, no matter how technically proficient, value a product that is intuitive to connect and operate and lets them focus on what they’re using your product for, rather than wasting time figuring out how to use it. Our designers are trained to think about intuitive port placement and labeling, LED and light-pipe organization, etc. as key elements of the End-User Experience (UX).
The success of a new product hinges on its presentation. The “form” or visual appearance of a product is its first, and arguably most impactful, marketing message. Flawless electronic/mechanical design and elegantly-written, reliable software can become virtually invisible when hidden inside re-branded, inexpertly modified, off-the-shelf electronics enclosures.