About Innovation.world

Innovation.world is the non-profit blog of Fabrice Pin, sharing experience in Innovation and Product Design.

Fabrice Pin

Fabrice is a Mechanical Engineer who developed, helped developed, or managed 20+ devices for the market, mainly Medical Devices and Consumables related to fluid control in various EU countries.

Plastics injection or extrusion, metals forming, sintering or machining, but also integrating Electronics & Software …

Looking at real user needs, best ergonomics, safety, design-to-cost, cleanability and technics used in other industries permitted original yet reliable and very cost-effective innovations. “And boy, we have patented it!” as Steve Jobs would have said … many times in the above cases.

Update Sept 2022: Fabrice is now available for new R&D full-time challenges in Switzerland, France, or remotely. Immediate Availability. Contact him or simply connect on LinkedIn.

Core values promoted here and @work:

Think out of the box to answer user needs with high-value-added products, in a long-lasting and ecological way

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Less Is More. Why You Want To Design Simple

"Complexity is your enemy. Any fool can make something complicated. It is hard to make something simple." Sir Richard Branson So let's Design Simple and here...

Forms Follow Function … in Product Design Especially

"Forms Follow Function" is an old key design concept that started in architecture in the mid of the XX's. Modern product design, so as...

“Best” 10 Concrete Design Mistakes To Avoid

Avoid these product design mistakes for a lot of troubles: some product features or technologies are tempting at first, but may, with or without...

Great 10 Logo Design Tips You Will Use

A great video from Aaron Draplin & LinkedIn Learning about logo design and the necessary ideas and concepts research. Many tips given are also...

The Ultimate Design Review Checklist

Do not close any Design Phase without this. This extensive design review checklist is to be used at the end of the design phase...