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PRODUCT REQUIREMENTS FROM THE SYSTEMS ENGINEERING PERSPECTIVE

By Spencer Barrett, Systems Engineer WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF PRODUCT REQUIREMENTS? In product development, determining Product Requirements benefits both the client and design team. The process compels clients to really consider the completeness of their product definition. By defining clear and complete Product Requirements clients describe and detail exactly what their product must deliver, so that it is very …

PRESIDENT’S CORNER: THE KEY TO PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

BY BILL HUSEBY, PRESIDENT & CEO I love product development, from Concept through Production. Many components have to be in place in order for great product development to happen. Sure, you need all the appropriate engineering disciplines. But you also need the other key contributors from Machinists, Technicians,  Buyers, Operators, Shipping/Receiving personnel and the plethora of other support crew.  However, all …

PRESS RELEASE: Sigma Design Wins International Design Award

Press Release SIGMADESIGN Wins 2016 Red Dot Product Design Award for the Lightspeed TangoTM Aviation Headset Vancouver, Washington, March 30, 2016. New wireless aviation headset wins prestigious international design competition SIGMADESIGN, a product design and engineering firm headquartered in Vancouver, WA, today announces that its work on the Lightspeed TangoTM Aviation Headset was awarded with the Red Dot Award for …

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PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT PROCESS AT SIGMADESIGN

Developing a new product can be a daunting experience for an inventor or entrepreneur. With statistics revealing low success rates of new products the process can be nerve-wracking especially during the “fuzzy front-end” phase where so many questions must be answered. Partnering with a consultant that understands the ins and outs of the Product Development Process can provide a smoother progression …

SKETCHY… in a good way

By Mark Schoening Most of us have noticed that after reading a great book, a movie based on the book often falls short. Similarly, great movies are often the ones that leave out explicit detail. Why?  Because when reading a book, the human brain has an amazing ability to fill in gaps, and our imaginations can create the scenes, details, and …