28 Product Design Techniques
John Spacey, October 20, 2015 updated on March 28, 2017
Product design is the creation of new products and services. It is subprocess of product development that includes the end-to-end marketing of a new product from market research to launch. Product design is focused on the product itself including aesthetics, functionality, interaction design, engineering and integration. The following are common product design techniques and considerations.
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