Meet our newest fearless leader, Steve wells! He has joined the team as our new Director of Operations, bringing with him a new depth of expertise for the Nectar Development team. A self-proclaimed “sensor guy,” Steve has been managing state-side
It’s exciting to develop a new product or discover ways to improve upon an inefficient design. Perhaps you’ve already found a unique solution, or you’re eager to be the one that finds it and invents something valuable and rare. However, no matter
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
A prototype is the first full-scale and functional form of a new product design. It is used for investor demonstrations, user testing, and gives your audience a product to visualize and interact with. Prototypes are not production quality and should
As Director of Engineering at Nectar, what teams do you manage and does it vary from project to project? I’m the Director of Mechanical Engineers and Electrical Engineers and I also have a dual role as Program Director. I will often be leading
How do you define Industrial Design (ID)? Industrial Design is a design process to help shape a product. ID, to me, is identifying a problem and strategically solving it. Usually, that problem revolves around products that people purchase and use in
Med Tech Monday on January 23rd, 2017, featured Stacie Depner, Director of Engineering at Nectar Product Development. She empathized with start-ups and entrepreneurs, as she presented ways to align business needs with product development.
Nectar Product Development is an authorized Design Partner for Microchip located in Southern California. Nectar brings a breadth of knowledge to Microchip's Design Partner network, specializing in user experience, industrial design, mechanical and