Monthly Archives: December 2009

Jenny Regan

New Beginnings

12.29.2009 by Jenny Regan

Congratulations and welcome!

Keith Lipford

Why is ISO-certification good for a design firm?

12.22.2009 by Keith Lipford

Without robust design processes, it is all too easy to lose track of critical design issues – the consequence of which is usually schedule delays, added costs, and/or undesirable design compromises.

Chad Schneider

Starting Your Product Specification

12.15.2009 by Chad Schneider

Creating a detailed Product Specification is one of the most important steps one can take at the beginning of new product development. If the spec defines the entire sphere of possibilities, what needs to be included (and excluded) here?

Chad Schneider

A revolution in learning

12.08.2009 by Chad Schneider

Do you know how an atomic force microscope works? You can satiate your curiosity and impress your friends with all kinds of intellectual knowledge by watching just one of the many open-courses freely available online. Educate yourself.

Chad Schneider

What Does This Sign Mean?

12.01.2009 by Chad Schneider

Here we have a sign that is confusing to at least one group of users. the water taxi sign-makers get kudos for going out of their way to create a pictorial sign in an attempt to bypass any language barriers for international tourists. Unfortunately, the graphic in the middle is very busy and confusing.