Hello, I'm Danny and I'm an industrial designer.





Back in 2010 I found myself in a well curated house-wares store in Milford, PA. Thirty minutes after being in the store, while revering different product lines, it hit me like a ton of bricks. Product design was my true calling. It was at this point my path was clear - I have always been a ‘tinkerer’ and I feel unexplainable joy when someone appreciates the interaction between themselves and something I create. I can only hope that my contributions to design can change other’s lives like the epiphany to become an industrial designer changed mine.
— Danny Woods

Design Process

I pride myself in a highly developed design process.  Through years of trial and error I have fabricated a well thought out design theory that is effective for myself as a creative and provides the most desirable outcome for my clients.  

What my clients are saying...

Working with Danny Woods on the branding of my new restaurant, The Dispensary, was a refreshing experience. Instead of the standard headstrong designer trying to make my vision into theirs, Danny really took the time to understand my ideas and really tailored the design to what I was intending to convey. Even though he expressed that his focus was in a different area of design, he delivered a beautiful product that I am very happy with.
— David Heiblim, Owner of "The Dispensary", SLC Utah
 Dispensary Branding Project 2017

Dispensary Branding Project 2017


About Me

As a designer and self-proclaimed tech-nerd, I am very enthusiastic about well conceptualized and aesthetically pleasing consumer products. I feel my education, my can-do approach and focused attention to detail gives me a leading edge against my competitors. 

Many of my projects have included working as part of a team to create innovative solutions to design problems on a deadline. I’ve covered the elements of branding and design from concept to completion.  During projects I conduct research and competitive benchmarking, complete color studies, execute ideation through sketches, complete physical model sketches using foam, plastic, cardboard and other various materials while studying the ergonomics of the product and finally render 3D models using applications like Rhino, Solidworks and Keyshot.  Although I understand that a design process is an ongoing development, I feel as if I have improved my approach and my methodologies are at a constant evolution.  I have pushed myself to become an expert of solving problems through specific applications with the combination of technology.  

I would love to have the opportunity to discuss project ideas with any level client.  Please don't hesitate to shoot me an email, no matter how big or small the job!  We're only one click away from doing awesome things together.