Books from non-technical authors can be food for the soul and provide a different context in which to weigh our ideas. Not to mention they can offer us some fruitful nuggets as to how we should approach product development. Here are some of our favorite authors and what their work can teach us about innovation.
One of the things that sets Enventys Partners apart from other product development agencies is our ability to prototype nearly anything. Whether it’s an IoT device, molded part or soft good, we have the talent and experience to build beautiful and functional prototypes.
It has been about a decade since smart home and IoT products have exploded into the marketplace, and depending on who you listen to, between 10 and 50 billion connected devices will be in service at the close of 2020.
Iot devices continue to capture the imagination and dollars of consumers, and inventors are increasingly adding connected technology to their innovations.
An avid outdoorsman, entrepreneur and former Royal Marine, Ranger has addressed a need for replenishable power outside of urban areas. Although recharging is often easy in our world of smartphones and battery-powered devices, with power outlets and charging stations readily available, it is a challenge in remote outdoor areas.
One of my hobbies and great passions is gardening, so I was thrilled when Rhode Island software developer Suriyont (Suri) Mujjalintrakool brought his connected terrarium prototype to Enventys Partners.