Let’s cut to the chase, everyone knows about user testing, but no one thinks enough about the impact it has on a Custom Android Development timeline. When I suggest this to clients they initially unintentionally ignore the suggestion until the benefit becomes apparent during prototype testing. Rarely do companies realize how important this is until […]
A few months ago personal friends of mine – let’s call them The Dream Team – asked me if I wanted to get involved with making a custom Android tablet for use in a car, primarily as a navigation and DVR system, but also with some entertainment functionality. Key details of the project were that […]
When approaching a new electrical design, there are many factors an engineer must consider. These are defined by the specification of the project: namely, whether the application is intended for industrial or consumer use. This decision has a considerable effect on the design of the product and is the basis for this article. Choosing between […]
This month I’m honored to share an article written by my friend Karim Yaghmour, one of the world’s leading experts on the Linux and Android platforms, about Treble, a major revision to Android’s architecture. The article is in-depth enough for an experienced engineer to appreciate, yet explains the details in simple enough language that most […]
The working prototype is shipped to you for review. You send us your feedbacks and requests for modification.
Once the modification are made and your expectation satisfied you give your validation to start the next step: making the mold.
Prototyping allows you to review high-quality samples of your product before the costly and time-consuming process of opening a mold and the mass production start.