Mouser Electronics released “Designing an Idea,” where experts from Mouser and the electronics industry provide an in-depth look at how innovators move from product design to the first steps of production. The book begins with a foreword by Skullcandy Chief Product Officer Jeffrey L. Hutchings, who examines how the path from idea to product is changing, with expanded access to tools and resources presenting organizations and individuals with new, more affordable routes to production.
Special contributors to the new eBook include Bob Martin, “Wizard of Make” and Senior Staff Engineer at Microchip Technology, Josh Lifton, Ph.D. graduate of the MIT Media Lab and co-founder and president of Crowd Supply, and Dr. Andy Stanford-Clark, CTO of IBM in the U.K. and Ireland. The book also includes an innovation-to-productization model that can help technology creators improve their chances of success.
“The road from idea to product can be arduous and filled with obstacles, but new technologies are opening up new and quicker paths,” said Kevin Hess, Senior Vice President, Marketing at Mouser Electronics. “The Engineering Big Ideas series begins with a look at how innovators develop their concepts and where they go from there.”
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