Loophole Product Design and Development | Denver, Colorado

Kréddle Engineering


The Kréddle was conceived by a violinist for violinists by listening to musician’s desires. The primary goal was to provide a feather weight solution with an unprecedented level of adjustment. Kréddle was engineered around three adjustments—tilt, pitch, and height. [view case study]

Loophole @ Metro State University

Rob Miller, founder of Loophole®, lectured on design research methods from experience with both large brands an small start-ups. We look forward to the real world project outcome that this Metro class has undertaken.

1Kick Product Visualization


Lending an afternoon of support to write some copy and create some product renders for 1Kick Canned Mules designed by Ryan Lee of ThinktoMake. Check out the case study and amazing scope of work from brand development and packaging design to lifestyle photography and point-of-purchase displays. See more.

As nerds of manufacturing and machinery, Loophole was invited to help can the 1Kick’s second batch as the theme song for Laverne & Shirley looped in our minds.

Product. Package. Launch.


Loophole has been working on the design and engineering of a new product for the past several months through numerous prototypes and ergonomic studies based on a human-centered design approach. The injection molding tooling and first articles are nearly complete as we shift gears to design and engineer the packaging. This is about all we can share at this point. Loophole delivers true ‘end-to-end’ product process from design strategy to engineering for manufacture with our entrepreneurial vision, technical agility, and market knowledge. Stay tuned for things to come regarding this ground breaking colorado based start-up.

Loophole Polaroids


A few behind the scenes polaroids of our studio by photography and branding guru, Ryan Lee.