The Product Design Process and Data Product design is a constant process of iteration. No product is developed off the first design, making collaboration and teamwork crucial to successfully navigating the design process. What turns a design team
As the saying goes, “If you’re going through Hell, keep going”. The quote, sometimes attributed to Winston Churchill, may as well have been written for Eric Ell, who does business development for Nectar Product Development (NectarPD). Eric is
Since 1989 when the FDA completed their study on device recalls that “demonstrated that 45 to 50 percent … stemmed from poor product design” (1), design companies and the FDA have taken more seriously how humans interact with machines and software.
Nectar Product Development’s (NectarPD’s) Experience Manager, Evan Ross, is tall and thin with dark hair and a contained, yet wry, sense of humor that you can see playing at the corner of his lips in a barely perceptible smile. We meet at the
1. Reduce Employment Expenses One of the most obvious reasons to hire independent contractors is because it makes financial sense. For each employee you hire, up to 30% of their salary goes to social security and medicare, state unemployment
Nectar offers full stack development. But what does that really mean to you? How is this useful to your organization or project? So, you have a product that use to be a free-standing device, it is robust and profitable, one of your best sellers but
If you’re working on developing a product to completion and want to ensure its success, you might want to consider using outside contractors. While your hand-picked team might be up to the job, there’s also a matter of scale and specialization in
Stacie Depner, a calm and colorful woman working in mechanical engineering consulting, has a pleasant smile and a gentle laugh and is one of those multi-faceted people that can surprise you. Stacie has a unique quality of being able to straddle both
This February, the largest three-day Medtech conference in North America will kick off in Anaheim, CA. The Nectar product development team is excited to attend. We will join thousands of industry professionals and over 1,900 suppliers to discuss
There are many things that make a team successful. Some might guess the most obvious; that the team works well together. Others may list the impressive resumes of their employees, but what is written on paper doesn’t represent ability in practice.