Product design is a demanding, often extremely detailed process. At the early prototyping stage, it gets very picky for various reasons including operational and performance issues, and in the later stages production issues need to be addressed. This can be a rather traumatic time for product designers, because the information load often stacks up dramatically, and so does the level of detail.This workload must be managed systematically. Anyone who’s ever waded through pages of CAD plans knows that even at the most efficient levels of professional performance, time is a major factor from both business and productivity perspectives during the prototyping phase. The core business issue is getting results; the main productivity issue is getting the work done ASAP with appropriate quality.
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