Kicking off a new product is always challenging. One reason many of new products fail is due to poor packaging. This is why designing your Kickstarter product’s packaging in a way that will catch the attention of your prospective buyers and investors is so critical.
CNC, or computerized numerical control, is a method for machining of parts. The first CNC machines were developed in the 1940s and 1950s and worked from punched paper tapes.
The development and improvement of 3D printing, or the additive process of building up an object layer by layer, turned a new page in manufacturing. The change came slowly at first but has accelerated over the past few years.
You’ve nurtured your product down the crowdfunding pathway, turning an innovative concept into a new product, and now it’s time to fulfill your promise to your backers. So how do you get your product to their front porch or mailbox?
Long before your crowdfunding campaign goes live, you’ll want to have your landing page ready to go. While it might seem like a perfunctory part of your campaign, how your landing page is designed can make or break the foundation of your campaign.