Please join this informal conversation about the importance of prototyping while developing a hardware product. Prototyping not only the hardware versions but also the user experience that you set to deliver using your hardware product.Main takeaways:- The first 48 hours of validating your hardware idea- Importance of 'user experience' first approach- Some hardware tools/hacks to quickly get by
Meet the Speaker: Ansh Verma
Ansh Verma has 4 years of Product Development experience building hardware products from concept to consumer for his startup ZeroUI. In his current role as a Sr. Product Development Engineer, he works very close to the product taking the product through the EVT/DVT/PVT cycles. He earned his Master's Degree from the School of Mechanical Engineering at Purdue University & was an undergraduate exchange researcher at MIT Media Labs. His current product was named the finalist at Best of CES 2016 by Engadget, under the Best Maker Friendly technology. For his work, he was interviewed with BTN network, gave a talk at Stanford University, GSB, & his work appeared on numerous print media.
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