Leading UK product design agency for developing and prototyping innovative golf products
Do you have a big idea for a new golf product development but you don’t know how to start? Then keep on reading because we are about to tell you everything you need to know about the process of developing golf product ideas.
Originated in Scotland in the 18th century, Golf is a very popular sport all over the world nowadays and it requires a great variety of tools and accessories. This is why it provides with much opportunity for new golf product development.
Developing a new product and putting out on the market is not an easy process, which is why we recommend you to surround yourself with the best professionals.
Here’s how you start developing golf products ideas:
Having a great idea for a new golf product isn’t enough. You will need to conceptualize it and design it first.
Designing is one of the most interesting and fun parts of the process of developing new golf products. You will work together with our team of creative designers in order to give shape to your idea and turn it into an attractive and functional golf product.
By the end of the designing process you will have a clear visual of your golf product idea and our team at D2M will evaluate the commercial viability and risks of the product. This will help you make key decisions and understand the costs of production.
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After the designing process our team at D2M will guide you through the next step: Prototyping your product idea. This is a key step when you develop a new golf product.
How much time it takes and how expensive prototyping a new golf product is depends entirely on the materials that need to be used and the complexity of the product. However, it is important to not skip this step of the developing process.
With a prototype you can test the durability and efficiency of your new golf product idea and find flaws in the design. You can also approximate the costs of production more accurately.
After creating and testing the prototype of the new golf product, the next step begins.
You are almost there! Now that you have a polished prototype, we can begin with the step of actually fabricating your product.
At this stage of the new golf product development process, you will need to select a factory that can produce the product. But also you will need to start taking into consideration things like packaging, distribution, quality control, etc.
At D2M we have vast experience guiding clients through the manufacturing process, so don’t doubt it and contact us now.
Finally, you will be able to start selling your new golf product to the world. But you shouldn’t think that this is a quick process. Building a significant interested audience doesn’t happen overnight. Our recommendation is that you start selling your new golf product as soon as possible in the process. Actions like crow funding campaigns and building social media can help you assess your public and fund the whole process of developing a new golf product.
Below are just a few of the different sports products that we have designed and prototyped. We also source manufacturers and can guide our clients through to tooling and production, if required.
We’ve worked with a number of clients to bring innovative golf products to the market. Take a look at them and some of the other products we’ve worked on in our case studies section.
At D2M we have over 10 years of experience helping people like you bring their ideas to life. Contact us now and tell us about your great idea for developing a new golf product.
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