At Nekuda, we’ve emphasized product development methodology and process control, constantly refining in each project, since our inception in 1996.
When it comes to the consumer electronics products such as the IoT, wearables & head mounted devices we handle at Nekuda, development quality needs to be managed and balanced across multiple teams and disciplines. Clarity and transparency of communication become crucial to development quality and success.
This clarity is embedded in our way of work, our methodology and our project logs; Structured to provide robustness to decision making, flexible to adapt to each specific customer challenge – from startups to corporates.
Now, these proprietary Nekuda quality methods have been approved to meet the Global Quality Standard ISO9001.
Nekuda is proud to commit in our ISO declaration:
‘Colorful, lightweight plastic wheelchairs designed and made in Israel are being distributed through charitable organizations to needy children in Israel, the Palestinian Authority territories, Peru and Tajikistan thanks to the vision of Pablo Kaplan, a former executive vice president of Israel’s multinational company Keter Plastic.’ Read the full press release : http://www.israel21c.org/bright-israeli-wheelchairs-are-on-the-way-to-needy-kids/
Nekuda is proud to be involved with the design and development of the recently launched Occipital Bridge, a new headset for Apple devices that can do more than any other mobile VR headset currently available. Image courtesy of Occipital “Rather than modding existing headsets with extra cameras, Bridge is a mobile headset designed for […]
Design, at its most idealistic outlook, is about imagining and creating a future that is makes life better for someone somewhere. Admittedly, all innovation and design projects are not created equal in their intent, content, or extent. Wheelchairs of Hope, is one of those projects in which experience meets ethics, in a way that left […]