5 Things to Avoid When Inventing

1. Go All Out on Your First Design A common mistake with most eager, excited, and enthusiastic inventors is that upon beginning their first invention, is that they approach their initial design with the intention to create the perfect product all in one go. An...

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Meet our Project Manager – Amy! #MeetMako

What is #MeetMako? As a Product Design Firm, here at Mako Design and Invent we interact with our clients on very close basis in order to be very transparent about the design process and the development of an inventor’s product. We are a team of positive, friendly and...

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The Development of Coffee Machines

Where would we be without coffee? Probably the most common drink to ever exist as an energy booster, coffee has existed for centuries and its popularity as a morning favorite and pick me up hasn’t dwindled down since. The culture and history behind coffee and coffee...

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Best Innovations in Gardening Tools

The Best Gardening Innovations Gardening has always been a popular hobby that most people pick up just when the season is right, and as it is currently summer, there is no better season to start building a garden! Whilst gardening can be a rewarding and therapeutic...

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