Idea Design Studio is ready to help take your idea from paper to prototype. If you’ve already decided which type to use, visual, proof-of-concept, or presentation, these tips will help you finish up the design process.

  • Practice explaining your product. Make sure you have a full understanding of the process and as many specifics as possible. Being familiar with the terminology so you are considered a professional and don’t risk ruining a great chance, reminds Idea Design Studio.
  • It’s always acceptable to be asked for a portfolio, or to ask for one. Investors are set on knowing that people they work with have experience and capability. Look for people to work with that have experience and a similar design style as you have in mind.
  • Just like when hiring an employee, check references of people you are considering using in the prototype process. Online research and word-of-mouth are the best ways to get an idea on how people operate. Listen to your intuition and remember if something feels wrong, it probably is.
  • Nail down the deal before exchanging money. Make sure that you are clear on what you are paying for and there are not hidden fees. Communicating these things, however awkward, can be a huge help in the end. Idea Design Studio can help with this when working on your prototype.
  • Sometimes, even after a prototype is constructed, the idea doesn’t come to fruition. Take pride in the work you have done and do not give up. If patents aren’t in your future, be sure you have fond memories of the process and have learned from it.

Idea Design Studio is on your side throughout the process and can help with every step of the invention or idea. Their team is professional, courteous, and available to help at all times. Contact Idea Design Studio with your next great idea.

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