Boldport's form+function at Electronica 2014

One of the directions we're exploring at the moment is applying the concept of "beautifully functional circuits" to evaluation and development kits from IC and system companies. We think that it's prime time that existing boards evolve beyond the -- large, square, green, WindowsXP-CD-included, feature-creep-example, hard-to-use -- things that they are. We know that companies would like to have their boards stand out at shows, on-line, and in hardware hacking events. We know that companies would like to entice engineers to explore the unique capabilities of their products, and talk about them to their peers. We know that companies want to project innovation, modernity, and creativity. Applying all of these things to circuit boards is our speciality!

This week we will be at Electronica in Munich talking to companies about their needs and promoting the concept of form+function and how it applies to circuit boards. We'll be visiting stalls and would love to talk to anyone who is interested in our work. So please reach out, and also, kindly, help us spread the word.

(A recent example of a board that has been very successful at shows is the Nutclough, which we designed for Calrec. A case study is here.)

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