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
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.
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.
In this episode I discuss 6 different product development strategies. Which strategy is best for you will depend on several variables including your skills, how much money you have to spend, the complexity of your product, and how fast you … read more
My guest for this episode is Marty Zwilling of Startup Professionals. Marty has been involved with startups for many years even working with Bill Gates in the early days. He’s now a consultant and angel investor.
In today’s episode I’m continuing my conversation with hardware entrepreneur Allen Walton of SpyGuy.com. Allen successfully brought his new hardware product called the Scout to market in only about one year.
My conversation with Allen was so valuable that we … read more
In this episode I speak with Nick Frank who is the founder of Knectiv, a company based in Austin Texas that offers product design services as well as manufacturing in China. In my conversation with Nick we discuss in-depth both … read more
In this episode I speak with hardware entrepreneur, Eric Hunter of InD Creation. Erik successfully raised over $40,000 in a recent Kickstarter campaign for his frozen fish food feeder product. We discuss both his experiences with crowdfunding and strategies for … read more
In this episode we discuss the advantages and complexities of manufacturing electronic hardware products in China and Taiwan. I interview Case Engelen who founded a company in Taiwan called Titoma which specializes manufacturing electronic hardware products.
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