We can write quick, interesting articles between 500 and 1,000 words, ideal for informing readers about technical or timely topics. Each article is focused on being accurate, interesting, and SEO-conscious to both bring traffic and educate readers. If desired, our writers work with our design team to create applicable images that match your current design style.
Whitepapers, the more technical older-sibling of blog posts, are typically between 1000-2000 words and are a deep dive into specific topics ranging across the industry. While our specialty is electrical engineering and electronics, our diverse team can tackle other technical topics as needed. Images and document layout for print are also available.
Our passion is in education and we have extensive experience in creating tutorials for clients and for CircuitBread. We love the challenge of taking difficult concepts and breaking them down into simpler components before building back to full understanding.
As an extension of our tutorials, we can create entire courses with a full lesson plan and syllabus as well as the accompanying tutorials. Coursework requires careful thought on the progression of topics to make sure that the pacing is specific for the target audience.
Interacting with your audience and introducing special speakers is a great way to either create brand loyalty and provide training. Webinars require a great deal of logistical preparation and research to make certain that all aspects of the webinar work smoothly while being both entertaining and informative.
Printed Circuit Boards are an essential portion of nearly any electronics device and our team has experience designing and troubleshooting PCB's. If you are in the process of creating a product or prototype and need some help moving from a breadboard, a schematic, or even just a concept, we can help.
Systems with an integrated microcontroller require code to achieve the desired performance. We have firmware development experience across the AVR, MSP, STM, PIC, and RL78 platforms, including several development platforms like the Arduino, Raspberry Pi, and Beaglebone Black.
If you have an idea but are not sure if or how it would work, a proof-of-concept is the best way to see an idea in action. Quick and dirty, proof-of-concepts may not be the most elegant or elaborate devices, but they are relatively inexpensive and absolutely critical in working through the process of identifying opportunities and potential obstacles.
The final step in product design before designing for manufacture, a prototype is a functional device that should look and behave almost entirely like the intended final product. If you are looking for something more complex and polished than a proof-of-concept, ideal for showing potential investors, our designers and engineers can work on the interface, electronics, and enclosure of your product.