How to solve your electronic product design problems and find a route to market
Here at Cubik we always like a good chat and as with any new customer they usually come with lots of questions!
Working with such a wide range of customers at the earliest stage of their journey means we are afforded a rare and exciting insight into current problems faced when making an electronic product.
Every product is different and comes with its own requirements, however we have a tried and tested process that we believe ensures successful product design.
Recently, Director Paul Mullen and Business Manager Sophie Adams-Foster were invited by SETSquared at The Engine Shed to run a workshop to help demystify the development process for electronic products.
Outlining the development cycle, the workshop specifically looked at the planning stages of developing an idea and the value it can bring to not only the products itself, but also the business behind it.
Also covered in the workshop was a brief introduction to CE Marking, Routes to Market and the pit falls of using Open Sourced design in the prototyping stage.
The workshop was a full house, attended by SETSquared members, mentors and University staff and students from a variety of backgrounds, hosted by Monika Radcliffe.
All attendees contributed to the session and asked a variety of interesting and challenging questions.
Feedback has been hugely positive and there has already been requests for additional workshops focusing on specific issues so watch this space!