Bay Area Maker Faire ’16 and Why Making Is So Darn Important

Content Warning: This post contains a lot of gushing about how much I love Maker Faire. The Bay Area Maker Faire has got to be the coolest Maker Faire in the continental United States. This past weekend in San Mateo revealed an incredible turnout of makers from every possible corner of the maker-verse. Now that… Read More Bay Area Maker Faire ’16 and Why Making Is So Darn Important

Product No. 2: Tether, a Wearable Ring Accessory

Product No. 2 in 100 Products, 100 User Journeys In the second installment of my product development project 100 Products, 100 User Journeys, I’ve chosen to focus on a pain point that the more forgetful of us can empathize with. 2015 was a great year for me from a personal standpoint. However, it wasn’t a great year… Read More Product No. 2: Tether, a Wearable Ring Accessory

Building Disruptive Processes: A Story About Batteries

A great article came out from Quartz this week on the future of manufacturing in the United States that reinforces a lot of my beliefs around the development of manufacturing in the next few years. Quartz’s story revolves around how an MIT team, lead by MIT materials sciences professor, Yet-Ming Chiang, stumbled upon an invention that… Read More Building Disruptive Processes: A Story About Batteries