August 17 2020
Scores of ideas yet no way to bring to fruition? Follow these steps to bring your invention as a product for the market.
Inventing products doesn’t necessarily have to follow a conventional method. However, if you are just wasting this idea without doing anything about it – it’s deemed worthless. Browsing through endless possibilities may help you shape it, but you remain far away from nurturing the concept.
Here’s what you should do:
Document the product idea
Have a fabulous product idea? Write it first in your journal before it escapes into the grooves of realistic items of the world. You should bring this journal to life with small notes for ideating further and anecdotes that forge into a product’s visuals.
Research ‘for’ it
Why stress the ‘for’ here? Aren’t you concerned about registered patents that would have already covered your discovery before you? Complete research on the product invention through an initial patent search. Later, perform research for the market.
Build a prototype
Sharpen your pencil skills for developing a prototype in drawings, mockups, and models. You can search DIY methods on YouTube to deduce what it’s like to design such ideas with your talent and none of the equipment.
Patent your fully developed product
The realistic 3-D prototype or virtual prototype may signal only a modeler’s representation, but not the actual product. You should convert this into a real product for presentation and marketing in the public.