Cool Prototype! Can You Scale it for the Masses?
Sunday, March 13
5:00PM - 6:00PM
Palmer Events Center
900 Barton Springs Rd
When your proof of concept / prototype is fully functional, it is easy to think that you’re ready for manufacturing at scale. But your prototype typically uses expensive or unreliable techniques that won't work on a manufacturing line. Design for Manufacturing (DFM) and Design for Assembly (DFA) is the integration of product design and process planning into one common, replicable goal or activity. The goal is to design a product that is easily and economically manufactured again and again. Explore some of the common manufacturing mistakes companies can avoid before going to market with their hardware product.
Sr Human Factors Engineer
I came to Intel in as part of a diverse carer path, from Agency to Industry. I began researching and measuring User Experience around 2007 - looking to quantify the subjective user satisfaction wit...Show the rest
I came to Intel in as part of a diverse carer path, from Agency to Industry. I began researching and measuring User Experience around 2007 - looking to quantify the subjective user satisfaction with mobile browsing.
This work lead to working with Intel Labs lead to accepting a Lead Role with Intel Sales and Marketing - as part of Platform Evaluation and Competitive Assessment team.
I am responsible for measuring and mapping all aspects of a user experience to measurable parameters of a technology, platform and products. I translate the user experience into mathematical models that then lead to measurement methods, metrics, standards and benchmarks.
My team designed and executes experiments to identify and weight the high impact factors of human perception, and their effect on user satisfaction.Hide the rest