Fictiv Announces New Guide for Product Development and Prototyping

Fictiv announces its new Hardware Guide, a collection of its community’s best articles sharing practical knowledge, expert insight and lessons learned from the hardware development and prototyping process.

Organized by six major stages of the hardware development lifecycle: R&D (Research and Development), Plan, Design, Fabricate, Assemble, and Test, the Guide contains detailed articles to help and inspire teams move between these stages as they create a product. The Guide is intended to broadly share their own and others’ experiences in the spirit of open-source learning to help the next generation, as well as veteran engineers, designers and entrepreneurs build their skills and knowledge.

“Our mission at Fictiv is to democratize hardware development and empower a new wave of innovators and inventors,” says Dave Evans, co-founder, Fictiv. “But, simply providing more people access to tools is not enough to realize their full potential. The Hardware Guide is meant to provide them with knowledge about how to best use those tools.”

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