The product development process for a new electronic product (or any physical product) is by no means simple. It can be a pretty overwhelming process especially for those with limited technical skills who have never brought a new product to … read more
In this video you’ll learn about the pros and cons of various business models for hardware startups. Deciding on the business model for your startup is one of the most important decisions you will make.
One of your first decisions for your hardware startup is to go it alone, or work with a team. What’s best? Should you work on your hardware startup on your own, or is it better to have a team of … read more
In this episode I speak again with Dave Millman of SalesDev.Global about the importance of defining milestones for your project. We approach the importance of milestones from the perspective of enticing investors, and for making your project more manageable by … read more
Most makers or enthusiasts know what a boost or buck converter does, and have used them before. However, they typically just follow a canned approach to designing one without fully appreciating exactly what it is doing.
In this episode of the Predictable Designs Podcast I’m sharing another one of the lessons from a course in the Hardware Academy. The topic of today’s lesson is how to properly define and specify your product.
This article was written by Steven Szymeczek who is a mechanical engineer that specializes in product design for manufacturing. He is one of the many experts available to help you in the Hardware Academy.
In my podcast today I speak again with hardware entrepreneur Wayne Frick of ChirpSounds. I’ve worked with Wayne for a couple of years now and he was also one of the first members in the Hardware Academy.