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Tone co-founders Oscar Daws and Matt Durbin
“A simply superb job of managing the whole process. Everyone was impressed with the results.”
Dr. Stephen Green, Imperial College London
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Giorgia Sterza, Community and Culture Leader at InMotion (Jaguar Land Rover)
“I am very pleased with how the project was carried out. We spent a good amount of time aligning our work and constantly discussing important aspects of the product. I really appreciated Tone's support, and I look forward to further fruitful collaborations.”
Matteo De Donatis, Chief Product Officer at Medirio
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Translating Research Into Successful Products
Academic projects often result in insights, ideas and hypotheses that still need to be tested with physical product concepts and prototypes to unlock their true commercial value. Whether you’re intending to produce a small batch of units to test in a study or move towards high-volume manufacture, there are some key things to consider before jumping in and beginning product design development ...