Development of Yedoo scooters
From a draft to production
“Not all construction nuts are easy to crack, but everything goes better when you are motivated and know what you want – a great machine and glowing riders,” says Jakub Bostl, designer of Yedoo scooters.
Development is a process that must never stop
Working on the development of new products is a never-ending process. To keep up with the times, one needs to continuously monitor trends in the world of materials and technology, while at the same time taking in the suggestions and experiences of the users of your products. But if you do it all with your head and not with your heart, you will soon get tired of it. The development of a good scooter, balance bike or children’s bike cannot be delayed or rushed. Even leaving out a single construction detail may lead to all previous efforts coming to nothing. Fortunately, after many years of work and experience, it is much easier for us now.
New extruded aluminium technology
That is also why our latest models in the Yedoo Alloy product line boast several design features not yet seen on the scooter market. This is mainly due to the use of extruded aluminium profile technology, which can easily withstand vertical and lateral loads. The frame is therefore light and strong at the same time. The used technology enabled us to elevate riding performance to a completely new level, in all respects.
Photo: Extruded aluminium profiles resist lateral and vertical load easily, while also reducing the total weight of the frame.
Safety and quality of Yedoo scooters
Proper development cannot be done without a number of tests and trials. No wonder the desire of some manufacturers to save money at any cost may sometimes be really dangerous for users. It is better to leave nothing to chance and check everything thoroughly. The safety of our products is tested by independent testing institutes according to European standards. You can find the safety and quality certificate for each scooter and balance bike on our website.
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Every model has a personality to us – and we tailor its coat. We think about making it attractive and appealing to its future owners.
For today’s customers, the mere fact that a product works is no longer sufficient for their satisfaction. Users are becoming more and more discerning and they are placing increasing demands not only on the utility of the product, but also on its aesthetics. And that’s a good thing. Who wants to be surrounded by ugly things?
We have won a design Oscar
The fact that our Yedoo Wolfer scooter won one of the world’s greatest design competitions and was awarded the Red Dot Award 2016 in the product design category shows that we do not take design lightly at Yedoo. “I think we have shifted the perception of the scooter with the new Yedoo Alloy scooter product line. We managed to get rid of the clichés and build it as a full-fledged means of transport or sport. The award we have received is an appreciation of great teamwork,” adds Yedoo designer Jaroslav Juřica, who, together with graphic designers Zuzana Lednická and Ondřej Kahánek from Studio Najbrt, designed the Yedoo Alloy line with a chic and functional coat.
The original design of Yedoo scooters and balance bikes underlines the individuality of each model. Each of them has its own character and is intended for someone slightly different. Even the choice of colours, graphic motifs or accessories is not random, but deliberately helps, along with other elements, to complete the personality of the individual machines.
Photo: The Yedoo Wolfer scooter has succeeded in one of the world’s greatest design competitions, receiving the Red Dot Award 2016 in the product design category.
Yedoo visual style
The new logo, same as the entire visual style of Yedoo that has been created by Zuzana Lednická, is based on our original idea of “Two wheels and that’s it”. The logo consists of two circles representing two wheels (one larger and one smaller – the same as Yedoo scooters have). This doubling is then repeated in the letters of the Yedoo logo, where the doubled lines, representing lanes or lines running down the road, add dynamism and speed to the logo.
Photo: The Yedoo logo consists of two circles representing two wheels. This doubling is then repeated in the letters of the Yedoo logo, where the doubled lines, representing lanes or lines running down the road, add dynamism and speed to the logo.