Reselling from Alibaba does not work (any more)
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by Tony Larsson
4M ago
The old model of ecommerce is failing For a long time most small and mid-sized ecommerce businesses have thought it unnecessary to develop their own unique products. Most businesses have been content with riding the ecommerce wave and to resell existing articles that they find on websites like Alibaba. A seemingly endless selection With a seemingly endless supply of unique designs, and a boom in demand, the reselling model has indeed worked well for many sellers. But this is now quickly changing. Just in the last two years we have at our agency seen a large influx of ecommerce sellers that are ..read more
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Who Should Invest Into Physical Product Development?
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by Tony Larsson
8M ago
While as designers and engineers we often want to jump at every chance to flex our creativity, sometimes developing a product from scratch is not the best business decision. ​ In this video I go through when it makes sense to invest into new product development based on our agency’s experience: The post Who Should Invest Into Physical Product Development? appeared first on deDesigned ..read more
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How to Get Your Product to Customers
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by Tony Larsson
11M ago
This is the last video in my series of educational videos on physical product development. You can watch it here: The post How to Get Your Product to Customers appeared first on deDesigned ..read more
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Design for manufacturing (DFM)
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by Tony Larsson
1y ago
In this video I explain how you move from concept to a manufacturing ready design. I have tried to cram as much information as possible into a 13min video, but naturally DFM is huge and project specific subject that cannot be covered fully in one video. If you would like consultation on how to move your specific design to manufacturing, please reach out to us.   The post Design for manufacturing (DFM) appeared first on deDesigned ..read more
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How to validate your product concept
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by Tony Larsson
1y ago
The latest video is on how to test if a product concept resonates with your target customer. I see many first time entrepreneurs rush this step because they already feel confident that people will love their product. However cutting corners on concept validation is a huge mistake and will likely lead to a lot of money being wasted and the end product being worse than what it could have been with proper feedback gathering. So don’t rush this process and watch the latest lesson here: The post How to validate your product concept appeared first on deDesigned ..read more
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Defining your product concept
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by Tony Larsson
1y ago
In this video I discuss how to define your product concept so that it is ready for receiving feedback from potential customers. The post Defining your product concept appeared first on deDesigned ..read more
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Lesson #10: Working with mechanical engineers
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by Tony Larsson
1y ago
In this video I discuss how to work with mechanical engineers to have them review your designs and makes sure that they are manufacturable. You can watch the lesson here: The post Lesson #10: Working with mechanical engineers appeared first on deDesigned ..read more
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Lesson #9: Working with industrial designers
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by Tony Larsson
1y ago
In this lesson I discuss some best practices for working with industrial designers. You can watch the lesson here: The post Lesson #9: Working with industrial designers appeared first on deDesigned ..read more
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Lesson #8: Navigating product compliance
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by Tony Larsson
1y ago
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Lesson #6: Patents and protecting your ideas legally
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by Tony Larsson
1y ago
In this lesson I interview an intellectual property (IP) lawyer with 10+ years of experience in the field. We talk about design patents, utility patents, provisional patent applications (PPAs) and much more. ​ I believe those interested in learning how to protect product ideas legally will find the conversation useful. The post Lesson #6: Patents and protecting your ideas legally appeared first on deDesigned ..read more
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