New Product Design Process Webinar announced to support start-ups.

JMDA Design, will be hosting their next live webinar on Tuesday 26th April 2022 at 1pm BST to help support start-up businesses who are new to the product design industry. Since the COVID-19 pandemic there has been a flurry of new product ideas due to lockdown and JMDA’s next webinar will help make inspiring new inventions become a reality, through their step-by-step guide to the product design process.

The webinar will cover four main areas of the product design process starting with ideation and creativity, then the importance of mood boards, followed by initial concept creation and prototyping. With the aim of the webinar to give an insight into how a streamlined and efficient product design process can help give you focus, avoid making costly mistakes and gain maximum market penetration for your new product. JMDA brings a plethora of knowledge to start-up businesses who are serious about bringing their ideas to fruition.

Walter Mosca, Senior Industrial Designer at JMDA Design will be leading the webinar and explains, “For all the negatives that have come out of the COVID-19 pandemic, one positive area which we’ve seen significant growth in, is ideas for new products. Given the headspace and time to reflect, new products have been born that help enhance and change the way we live”.

Bringing a new product to life for a start-up business can often be daunting, with ideas being shelved at the first step but the JMDA webinar on the product design process can act as a guide to help you to build confidence in the stages ahead.

JMDA Design established in 1991, with their Head Office in Pershore, Worcestershire, are an award-winning product design agency with two Red Dot Awards for Product Design Concepts. They were also awarded The Queen’s Award for Enterprise for International Trade 2019 for their success and commitment to the product design of child car seat safety globally.

To register for the new product design process webinar click here>>> 

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