News and Articles About Prototypes
Marcel Botha, an entrepreneur working out of an innovative co-working space in Brooklyn, talks about how he was able to rapidly prototype an ergonomically designed baby spoon thanks to 3-D printing technology.
The impulse may be to rush to market, but taking the time to understand your potential customers will go a long way.
To fight startup failure, practice product testing early and often.
Finding manufactures is a daunting task, particularly when dealing with factories overseas. Here are a few tips on making it easier.
Cheap labor in China, Indonesia and India pushed the bulk of mass manufacturing overseas, but the U.S. is emerging competitive in a newer, more sophisticated kind of manufacturing.
Project Tango, a mobile phone prototype devised by Google that can create and capture 3-D models, will be distributed to 200 select developers in mid-March.
In the startup world, selling your vision in a PowerPoint presentation is so passe. To get the attention of VCs, prototypes are a must. Here is why.
You don't always need to invest a lot of capital to demonstrate traction to investors. Here is how to do it on a budget and with limited resources.
The latest winner of the Cool Idea! Award program is Garageio, a device that allows you to open and close your garage door with your smartphone.
A prototype is often the only way to know if your idea will fly, and if your startup is ready to launch.
Practical tips for turning a product idea into a consumer must-have.
Whether you're building a cup holder or a tech gadget hooked to your smartphone, every product has to follow these three steps before it's ready.
Knowing what customers want and delivering will help you gain market share fast. Here's how.
The shipping giant has made 3-D printing available in a San Diego franchise and will extend the offering to five other cities across the U.S. in the next two months as part of a pilot program.
Venture capitalist Paul Lee offers advice on what entrepreneurs should do get noticed by investors.
How you can harness your best business ideas and bring them to life.
Mark Hirsch of CreativeWorx tells how he used prototypes to win clients, plus tips from experts on using 'minimum viable products' to test the market.