Do you want your business to look like a billion dollar multinational? Consider Optic Lingo!

by Andrew R. Spriegel
May 6, 2010
www.GotoPatentLawFirm.com 

You don’t have to be a billion dollar multinational to take advantage Optic Lingo‘s design services – small companies too can benefit from their award-winning capabilities.  Optic Lingo does work for Fortune 100 and 500 companies, large to small companies and individuals.  Here is a sampling of the large companies they do work for:

How do they accomplish that work for such a range of clients?  First off “they” is Craig Miloscia and he knows how to leverage his skills and others based on the job.  Craig Miloscia is a very skilled industrial engineer and when he has a large job he collaborates with others.  When Craig has a smaller job he tackles it himself with his immense talent.  Craig knows how to work within the client’s budget.

Craig Miloscia grew up in Shakers Heights, Ohio.   His Father is an engineer and his mother is an artist.  Industrial design was a hybrid of those 2 professions.  He attended Shaker Heights High School and graduated in 1983.  Graduated in 1987 from Pratt Institute in NYC with a bachelors of industrial design degree.

Craig started his own full service design firm right after college graduation which is now called Optic Lingo.  Early in his career worked on many team projects that won major design awards before he was 30 years old. Awards included:  Time Magazine’s best consumer product of year, IDSA (Industrial Designers Society of America) gold award and ID (International Design) Magazine’s top annual review award. Since then Craig has designed state-of-the-art products that have sold around the world in the millions and they have even appeared on many television shows and in movies. B y taking communication and web design courses over the years one of his core competencies is digital design. This has helped Craig design many user experiences for prominent technology companies. Along with being design director at Optic Lingo Craig currently is an adjunct professor at University of Akron teaching web design courses and Northern Ohio chapter secretary of IDSA.  Craig enjoys golfing, snowboarding and triathlons when he isn’t designing.

Here is a sampling of the services Craig Offers:

• Advertising, Branding
• Digital Media
• Display + Space Design
• Ergonomics + Human Factors
• Industrial Design
• Interaction + User Interface
• Packaging
• Photography
• Print Communication
• Search Engine Optimization
• Usability Testing
• User + Market Research
• Web Design

Here are some visuals of his projects:

ICONS created for Microsoft

Created for Moen – the giant North American plumbing fixtures manufacturer, needed a universal graphic to communicate hot and cold. (H and C don’t seem to work in Hindi and a thousand other languages). The icons Optic Lingo came up with were easily understood worldwide:  Snowflake for cold, and a sun for hot.  Put the two together for warm.  Today these icons are used on many Moen fixtures used everywhere.

The list goes on and on…

But rather than go on and on…Contact Craig at:

Optic Lingo, Inc.  
Craig Miloscia
Munroe Falls, Ohio 44262
Tel:  1.330.338.3001    
Web:  www.opticlingo.com

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