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PRODUCT DESIGN
& ENGINEERING

We guide growing tech companies through design-for-manufacturing and product development for greater company profitability. Our clients call us responsive, quick, and client-focused.

PRODUCT DESIGN

AUSTIN, TX

Design experience includes project with these companies.

Design experience includes projects with:

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In case I did not deliver message – this is very nice work!

Thanks,
Pedro at Dell

WHAT WE DO

We guide growing tech companies through product development and design-for-manufacturing for greater company profitability. We collaborate with your team to complement your area of expertise in fields that range from wearable electronics to home appliances. Bright Product Development specializes in translating your technology and your market requirements into actual consumer products. We engineer the mechanical systems and we design each individual piece for specific manufacturing processes while simultaneously optimizing for production and performance. We solve engineering resource problems and our clients call us “responsive,” “quick,” and “client-focused.” We know high-volume manufacturing from design and drawings to vendor selection, and we know how long and how much it takes to do it.

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WHERE WE WORK

We are in Austin, Texas, and we work with companies around the world.

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Working GREAT! Going to pilot production now... Thanks for all your help.
- Joaquin at Vendwatch Telematics

 

about

Bailey Briscoe Jones (IDSA, ASME)  founded Bright Product Development in 2011. He has mechanical engineering degrees  from Baylor University (BS) and the University of Colorado (MS).  He is a consumer product development veteran with experience in the United States and Scandinavia and has worked with industry leaders such as Dell, Oakley, Vestas, and 3D Systems. His projects span from wearable electronics and 3D printing to AI cameras and IoT sensors. Bailey also teaches Humanitarian Product Design at the University of Texas.

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