Fuel Your Product Design Launches, with Dave Vogler as Editor

Posted on Tuesday, October 19th, 2010 in Site Launches

The Fuel Brand Network is pleased to announce the launch of Fuel Your Product Design!


The site focuses on industrial design and product development, and the long road that designers walk to bring ideas into reality, from napkin sketch to store shelf. Fuel Your Product Design has articles and interviews to fuel creation, to inspire design and to give readers the tools, advice and drive to bring these designs to life.

Fuel Your Product Design covers a broad range of categories, from toys to trains, from automobiles to architecture, from electronics to education. In all of these areas, there are similar stories. Of inspiration and of ideas being born. Stories of people taking risks. Stories of designing and developing, of investment of time, money, and resources. Stories of passion and belief. And stories of, at the end of it all, a finished product.

These stories are there to be told, and Fuel Your Product Design tell them, to inspire even more stories of of taking an idea and making something amazing from it.

Dave-FYPDIt all happens under the direction of designer Dave Vogler, who joins the Fuel team as its newest editor. Dave has over ten years experience as a product design consultant, working both freelance and for Sparkhouse, a collective of independent creative web professionals producing web solutions.

Dave lives for design and is passionate about creating beautiful, user-friendly websites, especially for small businesses and startups. His expertise and enthusiasm ensures Fuel Your Product Design launches with a bang, and is as awesome as the other sites in our network!

Christopher Jackson is the Editor for Fuel Your Writing and a creative copywriter. He is currently working on Project: Snotbook, an interactive children’s storybook for iPad.


One Comment

  • Adelle says:

    Welcome to the Fuel team Dave! We’re really excited to have on with us. Mmm product design. One of my favorite things to look at when I have down time.

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