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Product Design is the efficient and effective development of ideas through a process that leads to new products.

PLANNING: means setting performance expectations and goals for groups and individuals to channel their efforts


Requirements - A product requirements document (PRD) is a document written to define a product they are making, or the requirements for one or more new features for an existing product. Flow Charts - Project flow charts are easy-to- understand diagrams showing how steps in a process fit together. Milestones - Within project management, a milestone is the end of a stage that marks the completion of work or a phase, typically marked by a high level event such endorsement or signing of a deliverable, document or a high level review meeting. Estimating - An important part of mathematics and a very important for figuring what costs could be entailed when developing a product. Budgeting - Providing a forecast of revenues and expenditures as well as constructing a model of how a product might perform financially if certain strategies, events and plans are carried out. Research - Preliminary research is a system to investigate and study the need for materials and sources in order to establish facts and reach new conclusions.


DESIGN: a plan or drawing produced to show the look and function or workings of an abject before it is built or made.


Concepts - A good design begins with a good concept. The concept leads the way to solving the design problem and gives you direction for your design decisions. ID - Industrial Design is the use of a combination of applied art and science to improve the aesthetics, ergonomics and usability of a product. It may also be used to improve the product's marketability and production. Ergonomics - Ergonomics literally means the science of work. So to study work, how work is done and how to work better can be beneficial in the development of any product. This is where making things comfortable and efficient comes into play. Ergonomics helps define how a product is used, how it meets your needs, and most importantly if you like it. Styling - A destinctive apprearance typically determined by the principles of how something is designed. CAD Renderings - CAD (Computer-Aided Design) is the use of computer technology for the process of design, documentation and the process of drafting. Rendering is a detailed architecural drawing that can visually become lifelike and three dimensional in nature. Concept Models - A model is anything used to represent anything else. Models are created and made as physical objects which may sometimes need to be assembled. Models can help us know and understand the subject matter they represent. The term conceptual model may represents concepts which are formed after a conceptualization process. Graphic Design - A vivid image with explicit detail involving drawing, engraving, lettering, computer aided illustration, etc. We can assist your needs for logo branding, corporate identity, product packaging, brochures, advertisements and most all marketing materials necessary to advertise or promote a product or service.


ENGINEERING: the discipline of acquiring and applying practical knowledge in order to design and build certain items that can ultimately create improvements to the lives of people.


Feasibility - Uncovering the strengths and weaknesses of a proposed venture. Two main criteria to judge feasibility are cost required and value to be attained. A well-designed feasibility study should provide a historical background of the project, description of the product, details of the operation, marketing research, financial data and legal requirements. At times, feasibility studies can precede technical development and project implementation. Engineering Plan - The systems engineering plan (SEP) is the blueprint for the execution, management and control of the technical aspects of an acquisition program from conception to disposal. The SEP outlines how the systems engineering process is applied and tailored to meet objectives for each acquisition phase. Mechanical - Mechanical engineering is a discipline that applies the principles of physics and materials science for analysis, design, manufacturing and maintenance of mechanical systems. Electrical - Electrical engineering is a field that deals with the study and application of electricity, electronics and electromagnetism. CAD Layouts - CAD environments often involve more than just shapes. As in the technical and engineering drawings, the output of CAD must convey information, such as materials, processes, dimensions, and tolerances, according to application-specific conventions. Documentation - Control of engineering documentation remains critical to manufacturing survival. Document engineering may also refer to the design of a document to meet very specific requirements for clarity of rules or regulations of precise drafting. Patent Research - Patent research or patent search can involve a myriad of activities intended to support the development and management of a company's IP (Intellectual Property) portfolio. Having access to the right information can generate helpful results such as: trend analysis, patent disclosure, business evaluation, competitive intelligence, M & A (mergers & acquisitions) due diligence and infringement discovery. Performance Testing - Some performance engineering activities related to performance testing should be executed in the phase of validating a strategy, developing a test and data plan and identifying testing scenarios.


PRODUCTION: process of making or manufacturing from components or raw materials and finalizing the product.


Prototyping - A prototype is an early sample or model built to test a concept or process and can act as a replica to learn from when developing a product. Planning - Production planning represents the heart of any manufacturing process. The purpose is to minimize production time and costs, efficiently organize the use of resources and maximize efficiency in the workplace. Documentation - Production documentation is important to ensure a constant level of quality. This information is added to the design in the CAD integration stage. So every design change will automatically update the documents. Tooling - This process is simply the creation of working or manufacturing aids such as cutting tools, dies, fixtures, gauges, jigs, molds and patterns which are used for a specific production line or the performance of a specific job. In short, tooling is the process of providing a factory or an industry with the equipment needed for manufacturing. Manufacturing - The making, fabrication or producing of items and/or products on a large scale using machinery. Assembly - This is the action of fitting together components or parts that aid in the completion of the final product.

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