From Vision to Product
We start with a Vision Workshop which entails a series of exercises to help generate a Product Vision Document (PVD). From there, we develop a Product Requirements Document (PRD) to fully capture required product functionality. Next, we generate and evaluate concepts to arrive at a basic architecture. Our detail design work is guided by the vision and requirements spelled out in the PVD and PRD. During and/or after the detail design phase, we make and test prototypes. Once the design is complete and approved, we move into the manufacturing phase. In order to ensure success, we:
We have experience in mechanical design contract engineering in a wide range of industries including consumer products, industrial equipment, commercial products, medical devices, kiosks, automotive products, military equipment, and renewable energy systems.
Industrial design and human factors analysis are a key part of our product development process that help to deliver aesthetic appeal, good feel, smart user ergonomics, powerful brand identity, and ease of operation. Our engineers work hand -in-hand with our industrial designers to incorporate these important objectives.
We can take your concept through the entire product development process. Once a detailed specification has been created by carefully analyzing your vision/requirements, our electrical engineers do detail design, select components, and then build and test to ensure the electronic design meets all of the regulations and other requirements dictated by the environment the product is being used in. We have experience in developing electronic hardware for consumer products, medical devices, industrial equipment, and the military.
VisionWorks Engineering software development engineers have a broad range of experience in application development, embedded software/firmware, control systems, Graphic User Interfaces (GUI’s), web application programming, and database programming.
Our test engineers help ensure quality, reliability, and conformance to applicable regulatory standards for new and existing products. After developing a test plan and procedure, the testing is performed, data recorded and analyzed, and a test report is generated. As part of the product development process, the findings from testing guide our design and engineering efforts and help to make critical decisions.