AUTHOR + PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT CONSULTING

Meet Phil Baker

HELPING TO BRING PRODUCTS TO CONSUMERS

Phil Baker helps companies of all sizes develop consumer electronic products quickly and cost-effectively through his company Techsperts Inc. He has decades of experience in all facets of product development, including invention, design, engineering, industrial design, marketing, manufacturing, and distribution. He has been responsible for more than 80 products spanning the category of consumer electronics, including computers, accessories, wearables, mobile devices, printers, cameras, eReaders, home appliances, music players, headphones, and more.

Solana Beach, CA | (858) 922-6416 | pbaker@gmail.com

Techsperts

PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT CONSULTING

Techsperts provides product development services to companies of all sizes. Areas of activities range from coaching and advising company executives to assembling and directing teams of experts to develop new products. Teams are tailored specifically for the product, making them more effective than using a general-purpose design company.  In this age of increased competition and Internet commerce, there’s a growing need for companies to create their own unique offerings.  Techsperts has been a pioneer in this area and has worked with many consumer-branded companies to develop their own technology products. Many of these companies began with no internal development resources. Techsperts both assembles external teams to develop specific products, as well as defines and builds internal resources to make a company self-sufficient.

To inquire about consulting services, please contact me.

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  • Protecting a new MacBook
    by Phil Baker on December 3, 2020 at 9:06 pm

     Staying home in voluntary isolation, I’m spending more time than ever with my 13-inch MacBook Pro, purchased earlier this year shortly after it was announced. This is the first MacBook Pro in five years without the unreliable butterfly keyboard design that caused no end of grief for many, including myself. With that change, it’s been

  • What happened to instruction manuals?
    by Phil Baker on November 19, 2020 at 7:35 pm

     Remember when products used to come with instruction manuals? You know, those little booklets that thanked you for buying the product, explained how it worked and provided helpful advice. Even though today’s tech products have become more complicated, few come with more than a safety warning and a few tips for getting started. And that’s

  • Neil Young Archives – A biased review
    by Phil Baker on November 12, 2020 at 7:34 pm

     While I frequently review hardware and software products, this week I’m reviewing an incredible website that’s like no other. Full disclosure, its a site I’ve been working on for several years with a talented team and now manage. It’s neilyoungarchives.com,  (abbreviated as NYA) a site whose vision, concept, inspiration, design, scope, and essentially every detail

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