RevPart: Consumer Product Prototyping
Prototyping for consumer products presents a set of unique challenges, different from prototyping for any other type of product (such as industrial or medical products). The immensely vast scope of what consumer products can entail means that a consumer prototyping company must be versatile and adaptable, while simultaneously focusing on a few key strengths. Consumer goods prototyping can take many forms — from initial “look-and-feel” prototypes, to functional prototyping, to manufacturability testing — to name a few. Because prototyping is as important a part of the consumer product development process as it is for any other type of product, it’s critical to identify what types of prototyping you’ll need, and ensure that your prototypes can provide the results and functionality that you need to perfect your product.