Category: Prototyping

Crash Course

A bootcamp in the Dominican Republic provided students impactful innovation training; 10 teams developed an interesting solution for motor vehicle accidents.

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Let’s Get Small

What do you do when you need to make really small devices or tiny parts that go into a bigger device? Consider these tools and techniques you can use to build tiny parts for your next prototype.

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Can’t Prototype? Sure, You Can.

There are plenty of tools available to the masses that are easy to use, even by the most inexperienced prototyper. Here are some prototyping tools and techniques that can be used to help develop ideas and answer key questions about a product—even for those who have never set foot inside a prototyping shop.

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After the Crowdfund

Having a fully funded crowdfunding campaign is a fantastic beginning to a journey of making your product real, but the work is not over. There are months and potentially years ahead to finish development, manufacture, and ship your product to loyal backers

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The ABCs of LEDs

The LED is a special type of diode that emits light when current flows through it in one direction but does not light up when current flows through it the opposite way. Their underlying technology enables a vast range of applications and benefits.

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Lessons From Books

Books from non-technical authors can be food for the soul and provide a different context in which to weigh our ideas, while offering nuggets as to how we should approach product development.

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Answers to Your Prototyping Challenges

Whether it’s an IoT device, molded part or soft good, we have the talent and experience to build beautiful and functional prototypes. I am fortunate to work with and learn from my great team. I often receive questions about prototyping challenges from readers. Here are some answers to your prototyping challenges.

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The Next IoT Wave

Despite the saturation of IoT devices, there is still plenty of room in the market for improvement and change. Consider these trends that may drive connected device development in coming years.

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