HomeArticlesLecture 17 – How to Design Hardware Products (Hosain Rahman) Lecture 17 – How to Design Hardware Products (Hosain Rahman) By Eric Benedict November 8, 2019 Articles, Blog 11 Comments Tags:Class, CS183B, Entrepreneur (Profession), Entrepreneurship (Field Of Study), hardware, jawbone, Lecture (Type Of Public Presentation), sam altman, startup, Startup Company (Website Category), Y Combinator Related Posts Jogi – The Sketches – Folk – Music Video 4K Satoshi Kon – Editing Space & Time Preview | Linda Kemp’s Negative Painting Techniques: Watercolor About Author admin 11 Comments PatrickJS November 18, 2014 0110011001101001011100100111001101110100 Reply Jesus Miguel November 19, 2014 I'm trying to develop a device that would make it easier to floss your teeth. I am pretty sure we can all agree, the current state of flossing sucks! Don't worry I am here to solve the problem. 🙂 Reply Localancers.com November 23, 2014 Awesome voice to listen. Thank you Hosain! Reply Jonathan Gilat November 26, 2014 Could you please upload Hosain's slide to Slideshare? Reply Hossam Moghrabi December 28, 2014 I really dream of being a hardware startup founder. However I wanna know these stuff: 1- How to protect my company from ever being taken away from me via takeover or a lot of investments? I really don't want to do a hard work then someone just buys it. 2- How to raise funding, taking #1 question into consideration? 3- How to hire and who to hire? 4- How about software to use? like Altium designer, solidworks… these are pricy. thanks Reply BeverlyHillsXak September 7, 2015 ok great. how do you do that without all those teams where it is just you? Reply Hasrat Sabit January 6, 2016 Can someone help me what presentation format Hosain is using? Is it PowerPoint or something else? He is killing it on how he put his slides together. Reply Tech Upbeat November 30, 2017 Pretty straight forward lecture. Thanks Hosain 🙂 Reply Chuk Prav February 13, 2018 Still don't know why Jawbone Up doesn't show time. Reply Not Sure February 27, 2019 WOW my BS meter just exploded 15 minutes into it. If you are a student at Stanford, I strongly recommend asking for your money back. Reply Mariam Sargsyan August 6, 2019 The whole point is to help people to a better life with technology. Think about, “where is the world going?” Have organizing principles. Thinking needs to shift from being about actual things to the user. You need to be great at the full stack. The exploration phase if very wild.Don’t do one off things. You have to see a broader vision. Look at where do we think the world is moving and think about how this is going to be a stepping stone to that ultimate end vision. All of your content and media experiences are now in your phone. Media is still the killer app in your house.Constraints are really great because they serve as opportunities to resolve, to refine, to simplify, and push you to find the right answer that will solve the user problem in the simplest way. At a big company you have to force a lot of communications. We can dream a lot faster than what is possible. Web software is a lot different than mobile software. Building mobile software is more like building hardware. Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.