Snippet from the 1h+ interview I did with Caspar ter Horst on certifying hardware products. Caspar is the co-founder and Managing Director at ProductIP.
Course for entrepreneurs and innovators looking to take their hardware idea to market.
Investigating what would need to change in the way we consume and design products to become truly sustainable.
In this article I would like to share some commonalities I have noticed among hardware businesses that succeed.
Learning how to create 2D sketches correctly is the first step towards learning 3D modelling. In this video I teach the basics of 2D sketching in Fusion 360, an incredibly powerful software that can be used by professionals and hobbyists alike.
Since we focus on designing “minimalistic products” I feel it is worth going over how we define the term minimalism.
In this post I would like to share parts of a conversation I had with a client on our approach to innovation. While the context of the discussion was improving the design of garage hooks, the ideas are applicable to most types of products.
If both software and nature tell us that organic geometries are the most efficient when it comes to material usage, why are we attracted to minimalism?
Some tips for creating parametric models that update as we want them too.
Like a judo master who takes down his opponent using smallest possible movements, these products achieve a lot with little. The BIC Crystal pen is a perfect example of such a product.