5 steps to developing your OWN products
“Technology is supposed to make our lives easier, allowing us to do things more quickly and efficiently. But too often it seems to make things harder, leaving us with fifty-button remote controls, digital cameras with hundreds of mysterious features and book-length manuals, and cars with dashboard systems worthy of the space shuttle.” (James Surowiecki)
Despite the technology obsessed freaks, everybody in this globe have been very much enthusiastic and seems pretty much interested when a techy guy speaks or something about technology is being shared. Though, it is pretty hard to develop a product of your own however it is not completely impossible.
The most initial step that you should do is ‘define’ the specifications revolving in your mind about the product that you want to develop. Enlist the right attributes that your product must have within a document. The ‘define’ step is a daunting step as this step, in the future, will define and restrict your limits simultaneously.
The second step is much extortionate, as it involves the hiring of a third party. This party incorporates the detailing which is done by an electrical engineer. The electrical engineer will mount the right components i.e. chips, sensors, conductors etc. according to the specifications which are defined earlier. He will then draw a schematic circuit which is the blueprint or the carbon copy of the interconnected components. And finally, Printed Circuit Boards which is abbreviated as PCB will then be designed which connects all these components together.
This PCB is then conveyed for further testing to the prototype shop which will ensure proper functionality.
Debug and start programming
The received PCB is then further debugged. Further evaluation is marked by the perfection of the programming. You should keep one strong point while constructing any type of product that every product involves ‘the modification’ step. Every product that you will develop, its’ part of work will not be done, since repetitive modifications within the products are mandatory for the sake of gaining and retaining customers. Also, the different modified forms are renamed sometimes or the other times are mentioned and tagged within the heading of the prior name.
What feels enthralling and beguiling to eyes, gets the most attention as per human psyche. And this old proverb has not yet lost its worth which is stated as ‘First impression is the last impression’. The technology is molded into a form which is appalling in physique. So naturally, everybody will be obliged to at least give a shot to this new hit.
“Everybody gets so much information all day long that they lose their common sense.” (Gertrude Stein)
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