I’m passionate about product design and everything related. I lived in Orlando for four years and moved back up to Chicago, in early 2015. Since then, I launched Empline, which specializes in innovation and design. Thereafter, I helped introduce Poisar Development which provides in a wide range of specialized web-based services. I’m skilled in a variety of industries which mainly include design and development and I am constantly critiquing and implementing new processes.
What I Do
I simplify and streamline cutting-edge technologies, find solutions to everyday problems by using a realistic and creative approach. My completed endeavors range across a wide array of different industries. As of early 2015, a few of my sizable accomplishments would be filing a multitude of patents across a wide array of industries, develop uncharted business models mainly within the product design industry and launch new organizations with very little downside risk.
3D Printing and Scanning
Real-time prototyping is the newest industry standard. We currently use the Makerbot Z18 (3D printer) and the Makerbot Digitizer (3D scanner). Makerbot Industries has a lower learning curve and a great ease of use which produces a higher productivity among employees.
Computer-Aided Design Software
Computer-based technology composes the foundation of what we specialize in. Running AutoDesk’s AutoCAD 2016 helps streamline our design processes. Scaling a concept to be larger or making tweaks have never been easier since using CAD software.
Electronic Prototyping Platforms
Microchips are integrated into the majority of products I have developed. With that being said, I have extensive knowledge with Arduino platforms.
Interactive Prototyping Platforms
One of the very first endeavors, after running our proprietary SWOT analysis on each product, is interactive prototyping. We combine digital sketches, images and mock-ups which are inputted digitally to create realistic computer-aided prototypes.
Ensuring our prototypes aren’t just our intellectual prototypes, but legally ours as well, is why we patent our concepts. I have personally patented many prototypes and thoroughly understand what it takes to be well protected.
Building on What I Love
Ever since I was young, product design was something I loved. I found myself with new concepts and had the opportunity to patent them, the only problem was I was still in high school and college. There were no true resources to turn to which would help me find the potential demand, design and patent new concepts. The only two avenues of support I could find were educational institutions which wanted to sell me on a double Masters in Product Design and Patent Law. With that being said, I decided to stay debt free, spend my early 20’s developing new products and to just streamline the development process behind them. To streamline procedures of a non-linear process was not easy, but it was accomplished with enough patience and through proper planning.