The Product Development Cycle The Idea: Record It Protect It Research It Concept: Brainstorm Product Definition Concept Drawings Design and Development: 3D CAD Modeling Component Selection Ergonomics Prototypes: Rapid Prototypes Working Prototypes Virtual Prototypes Testing: Focus Groups Specifications Redesign Marketing: Protection/Patents Trade Shows Start Your Own Business Tooling: Injection Molding Sheet Metal Stamping Manufacturing: Contract Packaging Fixtures http://www.focuspdm.com/product-development-and-design
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Upcycling product designer, Kevin Cheung. Through his works, he wishes to inspire people to have a new perspective of how products are being made, consumed and introduces you to a new way of looking at garbage! Kevin is an upcycling product designer, who graduated from Hong Kong Polytechnics, School of Design in 2009. Looking at the environmental crisis our world is facing, he believes that designers have the responsibility to re-create the world for the better. Designs have to be sustainable by enriching the environment, users as well as the society. Instead of continually draining new resources/materials to create new products. Kevin is experimenting with waste materials, reusing them to create new & innovative products. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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For the full course see: https://goo.gl/S3Q8XD Follow along with the course eBook: https://goo.gl/ZZqUzY In this section we discuss the process of evolution as a key dynamic within complex engineered systems and central to the design of sustainable technologies as they manage to internalise change and stay evolving over time. Produced by: http://complexitylabs.io Twitter: https://goo.gl/ZXCzK7 Facebook: https://goo.gl/P7EadV LinkedIn: https://goo.gl/3v1vwF Complex systems are inherently dynamic systems meaning they are continuously changing over time, biological systems are a good example of this, the only time they are not engaged in some process of development is when they cease to exist. This is in strong contrast to linear systems that inherently gravitate towards some equilibrium state where they will remain static unless perturbed by some external force. Linear systems theory is the back bone to modern science and engineering that has created our industrial economies, within this paradigm technologies are designed to operate at some kind of normal static equilibrium, within a well known and predefined environment. Their life cycle is a linear one where the system is created, put into its operating environment where it is designed to function within some normal set of parameters, at a stable and static equilibrium. It is, importantly, designed to resist change and to maintain operations within these parameters for as long as possible, before being disposed of. This model works well for simple linear systems like bridges where when we clamp our girders together we want our bolts to stay there, we don’t want them to answer back, to change or grow in anyway. But in complex systems we are not dealing with bolts, we are dealing with components that have some degree of autonomy and capacity for adaptation, people, businesses, stock prices, web applications, smart phones, these thing have their own internal logic through which they adapt to changes within their local environment. Sometimes this logic is very simple, such as some financial algorithm that will automatically sell or buy a stock at a certain price, or sometime it is very complex such as why a person buys a particular item of fashion over another. The net result though is that the system can change and is not determined to follow a linear life cycle from cradle to grave, it can learn, grow and adapt in response to internal and external condition in order to renew itself, that is to become more or less sustainable and thus alter its life cycle. That is all quite abstract so lets take some examples. Most businesses don’t last very long, less than a few decades, there are many reasons why this might be, but one model to capture the underline dynamics of how a business evolves is call the explore and exploit algorithm. In it’s early years a business may explore many different product or services, being able to pivot, remain flexible and diversified, but as the business developed there will be a few product that prove most lucrative and the business may likely scale them up becoming centred around them and developing a more formal structured management system as they leverage economics of scale. The result of exploiting a few lucrative products will be that the company will become more profitable but it has also self organised into a more critical state, some small change in the market that moves against the business’s core product might destroy the enterprise. Now lets take an example of a business that has designed an alternative course of development for itself. Google has since inception generated over 90% of its revenue from its one core service of web search, so why then dose it develop and maintain a whole suit of product that generate relatively little revenue. One theory is that Google knows that in a rapidly evolving market it needs to be where the next great thing is going to happen, whether it is in social media or video sharing, by creating this diversity, by continuing to invest resources gained from exploiting its core service into exploring and generate variety it is able to better evolve and ensure its sustainability. Because markets change, because the climates changes because everything changes to design sustainable systems is to design systems that build change and evolution into their structure. To better understand this process of evolution lets break it down to see how it works. There are just a hand full of key components, we need be able creation of some variety, allow for adaptation and perform selection to see which of the elements are the most adapt to the particular environment.
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In business and engineering, new product development (NPD) covers the complete process of bringing a new product to market. New product development is described in the literature[which?] as the transformation of a market opportunity into a product available for sale. The product can be tangible (something physical which one can touch) or intangible (like a service, experience, or belief). A good understanding of customer needs and wants, of the competitive environment and of the nature of the market represents the top required factor for the success of a new product. Cost, time and quality are the main variables that drive customer needs. Aiming at these three variables, companies develop continuous practices and strategies to better satisfy customer requirements and to increase their own market share by a regular development of new products. There are many uncertainties and challenges which companies must face throughout the process. The use of best practices and the elimination of barriers to communication are the main concerns for the management of the NPD process
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Get the basics of life cycle assessment in this 6 minute crash course provided by award winning sustainability expert Leyla Acaroglu from Eco Innovators. This quick intro to LCA covers the basics and looks as how life cycle thinking can be used to make better environmental decisions especially in the design and product development process. Providing snippets of info on LCA/LCT taken from a 90 min lecture given to design students in Melbourne in 2011 the video explores taking a life cycle approach in product design and development and explores the issue of environmental folklore when making environmental decisions.
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Back us on Kicksterter: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1960574552/tk-stainless-double-wall-vacuum-insulated-cycling Surprise! We've been busy cooking up this project in the background. Introducing TK Cycling Bottle. The only double wall vacuum insulated cycling bottle on the market! Guarantee you'll love it on and off your bike! Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/travelkuppe/
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Sustainable Design involves a systems approach and consideration of the entire life-cycle of the innovation. There are three critical phases in the life-cycle of an invention where environmental impact should be considered: Supply Chain (sourcing, manufacture, and distribution), Product Use, and End-of-Life. This video explains this life-cycle approach to sustainable design and shows how three ventures applied these principles in their business model and product design.
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Sustainability strategist Leyla Acaroglu provides an overview of Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) as part of a strategic sustainability workflow in product design and engineering. This video forms part of a series of introductory tutorials on core concepts in strategic sustainability including; using the Eco Materials Advisor in Autodesk Inventor, introduction to eco-design strategies and life cycle thinking.
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In order to successfully respond to the challenges of the changing role of research institutions in the open innovation era, “The Innovative Food Product Development Cycle” was defined as the framework for stepping up scientific excellence of FINS throughout the cooperation with the partners across different disciplines of food technology that are integrally applied in the conversion of raw materials to innovative food products. The FOODstars project receives funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement No 692276. This video reflects only the opinion of authors and not the opinion of European Commission.
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In this Video, Avinash Bhaskar Chate talks about What is CAD / CAM / CAE in Mechanical Engineering.He also explains Product design Cycle in Detail. To Attend a Power Packed Avinash Bhaskar Chate Seminar of Impact SERIES, Call at +918793630001 or Visit www.avinashchate.com The video explains the concept of CAD, CAM, CAE in the most simplest form possible . It explains how a design process starts and how CAD, CAM, CAE simplified the design process. If you are interested in Learning more about CAD CAM and related software, Please Contact on +918793630001
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Sustainability strategist and Eco Innovators Director Leyla Acaroglu, provides an overview of Life Cycle Thinking (LCT) as part of a strategic sustainability workflow in product design and engineering. This video forms part of a series of short introductory tutorials on core concepts in strategic sustainability including; using the Eco Materials Advisor in Autodesk Inventor, introduction to eco-design strategies and life cycle assessment developed for Autodesk.
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Adoniram Sides, Senior Product Manager at Upserve, discusses the product design life-cycle using IDEO and Lean Startup philosophies. Adoniram summarizes the stages of a product design life-cycle as follows: • Develop a ‘How might we? (HMW)’ • Make observations centered around work-arounds or adaptations • Draw actionable insights starting with ‘Some people might’ • Design and test a solution • Iterate See all Adoniram Sides’ lectures for BonBillo’s Social Entrepreneurship Program: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJYZJmSoMhDZb5QlOWD6F998kaVyG6mpB Learn more about BonBillo’s Social Entrepreneurship Program: http://bonbillo.com/ Learn more about Adoniram Sides, Senior Product Manager at Upserve: https://www.linkedin.com/in/adoniram/
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https://www.javelin-tech.com/3d/technology/solidworks-simulation/ In this webinar, Sasi Sithambaram (Simulation Technical Manager at DS SOLIDWORKS) takes us through the benefits of integrating design validation into the product design cycle! In the real design world, load effects can come in many shapes and forms. This session discusses ways to combine results from the SOLIDWORKS Simulation product line to solve multi-physics systems in parallel with the product design cycle to create better parts. See first-hand how to solve a challenging fluid flow problem using SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation and transferring those results into SOLIDWORKS Simulation to run a structural simulation analysis on the modified geometry to ensure all stresses are within an acceptable range.
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SOLIDWORKS Industrial Designer is a unique tool for the industrial designer to quickly generate multiple industrial design concepts in response to a design brief. Combining Sub-D modeling and parametric modeling, SOLIDWORKS Industrial Designer delivers a flexible and instinctive solution that helps accelerate design and reduce costs. To find out more about the capabilities of SOLIDWORKS Industrial Designer, check out https://trimech.com/products/3d-software
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https://www.meetup.com/Brooklyn-Product-Design/events/252307969 A New Bicycle by James O’Loughlin Discussion on immersive computing; from virtual to augmented reality and back to base reality. The problems they solve for people today, it’s future potential and the value this new medium of expression and interaction provides. User insights, some design considerations and responsibilities. James is a User Experience & Interaction Designer focusing on immersive computing. Background is in Graphic Design. Website: jamesoloughlin.com Instagram: jamesoloughlin Twitter: @_jamesoloughlin #BKProductDesign
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Intro to Marketing: Chapter 7: New-Product Development and Product Life-Cycle Strategies By Mr. Tan Teck Ming (Terence Sobbez Tan) Taylor's University (Lakeside Campus) Taylor's Business School Collaborative Research Project with: Mr. Liew Tze Wei (Multimedia University)
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Sustainability strategist Leyla Acaroglu provides an overview of Life Cycle Thinking (LCT) as part of a strategic sustainability workflow in product design and engineering. This video forms part of a series of introductory tutorials on core concepts in strategic sustainability including; using the Eco Materials Advisor in Autodesk Inventor, introduction to eco-design strategies and life cycle assessment.
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What if the new design identity was based on the idea of the human life cycle? Since 2010, Laurens van den Acker’s design strategy has reflected six major stages of our lives: love, exploration, family, work, leisure and finally the wisdom that comes with these experiences. Symbolised by a six-petaled flower, the strategy drives the enterprise towards new strategy. Laurens van den Acker is a highly recognized automobile designer with an established international background. He has been Director of Design within the Renault Group since 2009. Laurens expressed his vision through the creation of six concept-cars representing the diversity the Renault Group has to offer and thus renewing the complete range of their standard vehicles. In 2016, at the International Automobile Festival (IAF) Renault Talisman, the premium sedan in the D segment, was elected “most beautiful car of the year” by the public. Since then, at the world car show in Paris, TreZor, a concept-car, was awarded three European prizes. Personally, Laurens van den Acker was awarded the IAF prize, GQ France and the ”Auto Car designer of the year 2016”. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
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Christiaan Maats is a designer and entrepreneur who challenges the way we look at product design. Going beyond form and function he shows us how products carry deeper layers of meaning and how those layers can connect us to a bigger reality. In this Talk, Christiaan Maats explains how meaningful products can embody the change we want to see in the world and sheds light on his own vision of a circular society that integrates industrial society with its natural roots. Christiaan Maats was born and raised in Groningen, though he studied Industrial Design Engineering at Technical University in Delft. His keen interest in the psychology behind product- and brand experience took him to Sydney, Australia where he conducted a case study titled “Storytelling through Product Design”. Good product design is good storytelling, according to Christiaan. His creation of the world’s first biodegradable shoes that bloom is a perfect example of his philosophy. Christiaan considers himself a practical idealist. He is driven by his passion for innovation and creating products and brands that inspire a better future by making you smile, think and wonder. His refreshing ideas on sustainable innovation disrupt the status quo. Christiaan's diverse background and enthusiasm are great ingredients for an inspiring TEDx Talk that focuses on the society of the future and how to get there. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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A project team of 4 ambitious and motivated industrial design engineering students, studying at the Delft University of Technology together with their Kenyan expert panel are working on a multi-functional African bicycle. The team, African Bicycle Design, is multidisciplinary and together they can cope with design from beginning to end, from analysis to implementation. They introduce themselves at their blog from African Bicycle Design (see http://www.wiki-bike.com). Do you want to contribute to this with your knowledge, funds or something else, please contact us at [email protected]
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Sustainability strategist Leyla Acaroglu provides an overview of Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) as part of a strategic sustainability workflow in product design and engineering. This video forms part of a series of introductory tutorials on core concepts in strategic sustainability including and introduction to eco-design strategies and life cycle thinking. This series was developed for Atuodesk inc.
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Based on the Piaggio 2014 Electric Bike, this animation aimed to showcase the skills in CAD and animation that were taught during Second Year at The University of Huddersfield. Programmes Used: Alias 3DS Max Adobe Premier Pro
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The vertical lift rack which is the upper tier of the parking unit is pioneering and user friendly cycle parking product, with excellent space saving bike storage, superb usability and high value; allowing you to house more bikes in the same area and space than any standard bike rack. All these make it to be our flagship cycle parking product. The horizontal slide rack which is the lower tier of the parking unit is pioneering and user friendly cycle parking product, with excellent space saving bike storage, superb usability and high value; allowing you to house more bikes in the same area and space than any standard bike rack. All these make it to be our flagship cycle parking product.
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Product life Cycle - AMIE-AD 301 - Fundamentals of Design and Manufacturing Start Up : New Company or New Product, Low Volume, Small Company. Rapid Growth : Standardization Products and volume increases rapidly Maturation : Different Types of Standard designs emerges process development is very important in this step Decline Or Commodity : Commodity : Long Life, Standard Type Product, Standard Company Decline : Improved Product replaces, Slowly the old Product
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2018.06.21 - 6th Annual CEE Manufacturing & Logistic Awards Gala and Strategy Summit. Winner in category: Product Design/Life Cycle Management - Valeo Group.
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The Protect a Cycle, manufactured in the UK by Trimetals, is the first bicycle storage product to achieve Secured by Design accreditation; it has been tested in accordance with the Loss Prevention Certification Board. Attention Planning Authorities and Developers of both new builds and refurbishment schemes. Bicycle storage must meet the requirements as detailed in the latest Secured By Design Homes Guide if full SBD Gold Award or Silver Award is to be achieved for the development.
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Eyal Chernichovsky is the founder, designer and fabricator of Chernichovsky Custom Bicycles, a niche bicycle brand specializing in carbon metals and titanium frames. American-born and living in Israel, he holds a bachelor's degree in Philosophy and a master's of design, a specially awarded post-master's degree in Industrial Design. Eyal's philosophy and design are highly intertwined within his custom creations. Bicycles are profound products, whose simplicity extends beyond these ingeniously designed objects. They evoke an awe and grace commonly found in the beauty and power of nature, based on geometric principals. Eyal himself rides extensively in every genre of riding, implementing skills that are both self and formally taught. His goal now that he is dedicated to building bikes is to create "the ultimate tool to relax the rider's soul" (MBA Magazine). In addition to building bikes, Eyal is also engaged with cycling communities in Israel, both on regular rides and organized events and races. He is highly tuned-in to this very large subculture, filled with a variety of different people that he finds fascinating in their specific language, aesthetic and dialogue. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations) For more information on this particular TEDx event, see http://www.tedxjaffa.com
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User Experience design is a product design discipline which sits throughout a product's lifecycle, from inception to development to maintenance and all the way to retirement. Waterfall enabled the discipline to have ample time and produce extensive design, in a "big design upfront" approach which rarely involved technical capabilities, and resulted in difficulties in build. The adoption of agile by product development team has offered UX a unique opportunity to work in a much more joined-up manner, and expend the design into the development, enabling the entire team to react to change. As a UX designer, I have over the last 7 years developped a solid appreciation of working embedded in an agile development team, and would like to share my experiences through 3 specific projects, sharing my learnings to help development team on-board the UX practitioner, their tools, practices and skills. This session will be a case study over 3 projects, highlighting the learnings and steps of the integration of UX into the development cycle. I'm taking Alistair Cockburn's sequence of SHU-HA-RI to detail the progress of my practice and will pay great attention to sharing sufficient context that my experiences and outcomes can be translated to your own projects and team setups. Conference: http://2015.agileindia.org More details: http://confengine.com/agile-india-2015/proposal/965 Buy the entire Agile India 2015 video series on DVDs here: http://booking.agilefaqs.com/agile-india-2015