As for product strategy,
decisions start from determining what to produce, up until when to introduce to the market. There are many possible ways to go such as differentiation, cost-leadership, market segmentation, quality, flexibility, eco-friendliness, and so on.
Prototyping & Testing
Ideas can be powerful and quite motivating, but alone, they are only hypotheses. So following the ideation phase in design process, comes the testing of ideas. We create rapid prototypes and run pilots to receive valuable user feedback. This allows us to learn fast and iterate in loops until the perfect user experience is reached.
In defining an efficient roadmap to production, we make sure to test our ideas with prototypes in early stages to prevent costly complications to occur later.
Prior to making physical models, we run simulations on CAM software for analyzing right materials and design for parts. This ability reduces the time and money spent on resolving basic issues. Then we build to learn.
We inspect wall thicknesses, examine parts to be molded, try to foresee potential part defects, and plan the assembly; all with durability and quality in mind. These aspects determine a reliable roadmap and timeline for delivery.