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Bridging the Gap Between Technology and Humanity: A Journey in Marine Engineering Support


As someone whos spent years immersed in the world of design and technology, I've come to see a glaring disconnect between whats produced and whats truly needed. Inspired by "Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance," Ive always believed in the elegance of simplicity and functionality.

In today's tech landscape, advancements often feel like theyre more about impressing investors than improving lives. So, I decided to take a different approach: small-run manufacturing. By producing just 10 units of each product, like refrigerators or blenders, I can deeply understand and refine each design. If these initial runs are successful, Ill scale up.

Recently, I bought an old schoolhouse and converted it into seven mixed-use studio apartments. Here, I can test my designs in real-world settings, gathering genuine feedback from real people. This human-centered approach ensures that my products are not only innovative but also truly useful.

Moreover, Im developing a second, more refined track focused on marine engineering support. This involves creating highly durable and functional products tailored for the marine industry. Balancing everyday usability with specialized needs, I aim to bridge the gap between technological advancement and human-centric design. This journey is about more than productsits about fostering a deeper connection between technology and its users.


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