At Masters and Young, we believe innovation means offering new solutions to established problems to bring about positive change. We know that your product needs to be unique to guarantee sales success, however it’s actually more than this.
The look and feel of your idea needs to be smooth, inviting and seamless. So to create a positive user experience you need to be aware of all the latest technologies and the most up to date techniques that are available.
We apply innovative thinking to every step of the design process and help you with your electronic design including:
- User Experience
- Design Research
- Product Analysis
- Market Research
- Manufacturing &
It is important to research the concept to discover how many people have done this before. If you determine your product or device is viable and has a commercial potential then the next step is to determine the key technologies and complete an initial product specification.
This is the actual design of the hardware and the writing of the firmware which makes your product or device operate. Included in this is the design of all fixtures and enclosures required to house the printed circuit boards. It may also mean the operation screens; user interfaces/input mediums and what is displayed to operate the devices.
To verify the product operates as intended, rigorous testing of the prototype is carried out. This may include bench testing, environmental testing, user testing and certification testing, plus system level verification of the hardware and firmware.
We know you want your idea presented in a way which is perceived as safe and friendly. We get all the appropriate testing authorities to provide the necessary certification, giving you peace of mind, knowing your product is safe and fit for use.
With the product now designed, developed, tested and fully production ready, Masters and Young can provide you with the facility to manufacture high volume units to supply into the market.
Of course the story doesn’t end here. Having taken the product from concept through to manufacture, it’s important to map the products life cycle, provide ongoing support, and continue with product refinement or modifications in response to market needs.