Posts categorized as“Product Development”

Nadia Routhier

Cardboard Mock-Ups Vs. 3D Printing for Rapid Iterations

When I joined StarFish Medical I was pretty stoked about the 3D printer and marvelled at the prints created by the Mechanical Engineers and Industrial Designers. As a Human Factors Engineer in product development my favorite challenges are the ones that call on imaginative solutions for investigating and testing use-related ideas and concepts for new […]

Arash Samimi

Creativity, Collaborations and Culture from the Lens of a Systems Engineer

I have learned the most important lesson about innovation through my role as a medical device systems engineer: invention and adoption of new ideas is only possible through coherent and feedback driven collaborations. Indeed, building a new product is more than the product. It is about creative teams working together and navigating ambiguity in relentless […]

Kashif Siddiqui

4 Hidden Medical Device Development Costs

Unnecessary repeated effort is an insidious source of hidden costs. In medical device development, an iterative work process is fundamental to creating a successful product, but if the iterative process is not performed with careful consideration, it can become the source of a lot of hidden costs. Transitioning from one team to another, distributing work, […]

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