Our Work

 
 

Process and Capabilities

Every project and client is different and has unique needs. We understand that, so we provide just what you need at any point along the process or we can partner with you for the entire iterative development process.  Our goal is to create the best products possible for you and your customers!

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Select Clients

Since 2008, our team has collaborated with and built lasting relationships with a wide range of clients from independent entrepreneurs to Fortune 50 companies.​ 

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Markets Served

Our team is experienced and specializes in each of these markets and have completed and launched successful products in each space.  We've dealt with the specific challenges that each of these carry, and know how to get your product to production.

Soft Goods
Consumer Electronics
Automotive
Medical Devices
Wearable Technology
Packaging
Industrial Safety
Industrial IoT
Sporting Goods
Outdoor Retail
Construction Tools
Robotics
Commercial Products
 

Our Team

Lexicon is a team of designers, engineers, and developers that take products from concept sketch through prototype, and to manufacture, or any step in between.

Josh Lederer

Partner

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Partner

Having been in practice for over 20 years, Josh has experience developing all types of products with specialties in soft goods and wearables. Josh loves being a dad to his 3.5 year old and driving or repairing his '58 Austin-Healey Sprite.

Josh Lederer
Ben Azzam

Partner

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Partner

Ben is a veteran designer having worked across a diverse range of product categories, and wears multiple hats at Lexicon as the point of contact for new business. On the off hours, Ben competes in autocross racing, enjoys playing soccer or frisbee, and spends time outdoors exploring new places. 

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John Puskar-Pasewicz

Senior Mechanical Engineer

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John is an experienced product engineer in the healthcare, industrial safety, and scientific research realms. He is fascinated by learning how things are made and applying that knowledge--either to a new invention or a delicious cake. He also likes to play soccer, ride his bike, and debate the Oxford comma.

Senior Mechanical Engineer

John Puskar-Pasewicz
Snickers

Office Greeter

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Snickers is a retired racer that loves running, sleeping, and chasing rabbits. She takes her job very seriously and greets every person that walks through the door.

Office Greeter

Snickers
Audrey Clarke

Industrial Designer

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Audrey is an object-maker and a creative problem solver who loves learning new things. In her free time she likes exploring the outdoors, trying new recipes, and reading.   

Industrial Designer

Audrey Clarke
Grant Gaydosh

Mechanical Design Engineer

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Grant is a maker all the way through.  He loves to design and build whether it's in Lexicon's model shop or digitally in Solidworks.  In his free time Grant likes to spend his time trying new restaurants or playing with his pups.

Mechanical Design Engineer

Grant Gaydosh

2 Ways to Work: 

Project

This is the most common way we engage with our clients.  Lexicon will partner with you to work through the development steps needed to create your product.  You will work directly with one of the partners to develop a plan that is custom tailored to your development needs.

Workshop

Sometimes teams need a fresh set of eyes.  Lexicon will discuss the development or engineering challenges you are facing and design a custom workshop using design thinking methodology to challenge the team to think differently and work with our team to propose solutions to your challenge.

Fill out the form below to get started and pick a time to meet with us.

 

 (make sure to send or request an NDA if needed!)

Let's discuss your project in detail and figure out how we can best serve your development needs.

After we learn about your project we will send you a proposal based on your specific needs. 

When you agree to the proposal, we assemble our rockstar team, and start developing your project!

How to Start a Project
 
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