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5 phases of operations


The Displayit Client services representatives are tried and tested professionals.  Each of our representatives are educated to act as a consultant to you, the client.


You'll have an expert sitting with you side by side, supporting and understanding your business requirements. Together through experience and professionalism, we ask the right questions to provide value to help grow your business!


Phase 1 - Create & Develop the Design



DisplayIt Inc’s award-winning design is a fundamental part of setting ourselves above the rest. Our team comes from a diverse background; architecture, industrial and interior design, as well as graphic design and color theory.


All of our designs are modeled in real space and scale, so what you see is what we build.

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Through Ideation & creativity exercises expert designers find inspiration for every project. We are never short of ideas!


A combination of floor plans, technical drawings, and photo-realistic renderings allow you to get a full and complete picture of the design intent.


Once we have a vision, then we get into the details. The designers specify materials and dimensions to suit your project's needs.


Throughout the design process, you the client are involved. With review steps and screen-sharing, we are able to collaborate until we reach an approved design. 


Phase 2 - Evaluate & Finalize the Construction



Our team of engineers works to ensure your products are structurally sound and a simplified installation process is achieved. Our Engineering & Design teams work closely and utilize the same 3D modeling software for maximum speed and accuracy. This also keeps the creative intent of each project true to client expectations.


The engineers evaluate the design in consideration of structural integrity and material yields. 


Using the same 3-D modeling software as the design team, the engineers then generate shop drawings for construction.


After the shop drawings are completed, parts are then programmed to be cut on the CNC and laser machines.