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The Product Development Process: How to Bring Your Product to Market
Tim Jager

The Product Development Process: How to Bring Your Product to Market

Have you ever had a product design idea? Our engineers created this overview of the product development process to demystify how to bring your product to market.  Learn more about DMC's Custom Software and Hardware Development services.

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Simplifying UI and UX Design with Color Cheat Sheet
Ela Kaya

Simplifying UI and UX Design with Color Cheat Sheet

A while back I took a poll of the engineers here at DMC, and one of the main concerns the engineers had was that when designing a user interface they did not know what colors to choose. As a User Interface Designer I understand that there can be a bit of decision paralysis when it comes to designing in color since there are an infinite amount of colors! I knew there had to be a way to help engineers view colors as a simple choice. I took a stroll around Google Images for color charts showing ...

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Design and User Interface Series Part 1 - A Brief Intro
Ela Kaya

Design and User Interface Series Part 1 - A Brief Intro

Design, User Interface (UI) and User Experience (UX) have become more relevant in our technology-driven world than ever before. To help you better understand this both subjective and objective field of study, DMC has created a video series to teach you the basics of design. Learn about the elements of great design, and why design and user interface is so significant to products and technologies that we interact with everyday.  

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DMC's Logo Evolves
Frank Riordan

DMC's Logo Evolves

As part of our first FedEX day, DMC unveiled an exciting new logo and tagline!  Check it out below, as we reflect on past designs and the evolution of DMC. 1996 - 1998 This logo came from a business card software program, and it took about 2 minutes to select and design the card.  Note that we started off with company name “Dynamic Motion Control” because, when I started the company, I had an expertise in multi-axis motion control systems (...

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