FAQ Question

At KDE, we follow a thorough and structured design process that includes several steps, such as identifying the target market and intended use case, creating technical drawings and specifications, prototyping and testing, and overseeing production.

We believe that good communication and collaboration with our clients are key to the success of any project. That's why we work closely with our clients throughout the design process to ensure that the product meets their needs and expectations. This may involve regular communication, prototyping and testing, and making adjustments as needed.

At KDE, we believe in transparency when it comes to budgets and cost estimates. We work with our clients to understand their needs and budget constraints, and will provide detailed estimates to help them make informed decisions.

At KDE, we take the protection of our client's intellectual property and confidentiality very seriously. We have policies in place, such as non-disclosure agreements, to ensure that our client's ideas and information are protected.

The timeline and cost of building the first prototype for a hardware product can vary depending on the complexity of the product, the materials and manufacturing processes used, and the resources required. At KDE, we work closely with our clients to understand their timelines and budget constraints and will do our best to build the prototype within the desired timeframe and budget. However, it's important to note that the prototyping phase can take longer for more complex products or if unexpected issues arise, and the cost of the prototype may not be indicative of the final cost of the product. We recommend allowing ample time and budget for prototyping and testing to ensure that the final product meets the desired specifications and performance criteria.