Alloy Total Product Design has created the product styling for US-based technology start-up Bluesocket’s range of wireless network security products. Alloy was briefed to devise a point-of-sale presence that would communicate Bluesocket’s stated aims: advanced technology coupled with dependability. According to an Alloy Total Product spokesman, the task revolved around the creation of design elements strong enough to be translated into future products as a consistent look.
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