Introduction to Rapid Hardware Development

Published on by John Teel

There is an accepted method of failing when it comes to developing something new and the phrase is “fail fast.” Startup culture is synonymous with this phrase and for good reason. The fail fast method for hardware is a bit of a different story. ... read more

The Path of Hardware Entrepreneurship: You Don’t Know What You Don’t Know

Published on by John Teel

There is a concept in psychology called the Dunning-Kruger Effect, which is a hypothetical cognitive bias stating that people with low ability at a task overestimate their ability. We are all guilty of this cognitive bias at some point, but recognizing it is the first step to understanding yourself and the world around you, allowing you to overcome this bias. ... read more

Why New Hardware Startups Fail and How to Make Sure Yours Doesn’t

Published on by John Teel

Learning from your own mistakes is usually just a part of the process of developing and selling a new product. But what’s much more efficient is if you can instead learn from the mistakes of others. Studying the failures of others can actually ensure that you don’t make the same mistakes they did. ... read more

electronic components on top of printed schematic circuit diagram

Critical Rules to Follow for New Product Development

Published on by John Teel

Designing smart, secure, and power efficient electronic devices is truly an art. The design process from concept, to prototype, to deployment can be long and arduous, but at the end of the day it is truly rewarding to see your creation come to life. ... read more

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