Women in Hardware Panel: Prototyping Best Practices [VIDEO]
Written by
Madelynn Martiniere

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April 7, 2016
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Earlier this month, we had the pleasure of hosting Women in Hardware at our space for an inspiring panel on prototyping best practices.

Women in Hardware is a fantastic organization that aims to connect the female founders, engineers, investors, manufacturers, and marketers who are building the future of connected hardware. Women in Hardware is comprised of over 500 women across SF, NYC, Boston, and beyond.

The panel included Gabrielle Guthrie (Co-Founder of Moxxly), Eva Hoffman (Design Director at D.Light), and Sylvia Wu (Manufacturing Lead at Fictiv), and was moderated by Kate McAndrew (Associate at Bolt and founder of Women in Hardware).

The panelists’ engaging discussion covered topics including how they think about prototyping processes, user testing, and necessary resources for building hardware products.

It was a great evening with over 50 attendees, and we couldn’t have done it without our co-sponsor Bolt and the amazing community efforts of Women in Hardware. Check out the video below or the photos on our Facebook page

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Written by
Madelynn Martiniere
Fictiv Director of Community. Lover of coffee, large dogs, and mountains.
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