Ways to Participate
Deeney Enterprises, LLC is on a mission to make things better. We want to share knowledge and connect product designers to the world's quality initiatives and quality-minded people.
We do this through high-quality educational materials and coaching to product design engineers. And talking about Quality during Design!
The Quality during Design Journey signature course
The Quality during Design Journey is our signature course. It's packed with value, built with quality and reliability mindsets and actionable things that product development engineers can do for their own product designs and careers.
Log in to lessons that take you on a journey, download files curated for product design engineers, get coaching with the Quality during Design Journey... Check it out!
Free Checklist and Training
Sign-up for a free checklist and mini-training about 12 things you should have before a design concept makes it to the engineering drawing board.
You'll log into a portal to access the checklist and an introduction to more information about how to get those 12 things. You'll also be subscribing to 3 days of email training and to the weekly newsletter.
Subscribe to the weekly Quality during Design newsletter. It's not the same old stuff! It's inspiration, fun, and a little extra information each week to your inbox.
Quality during Design is actionable. It's also a mindset. Take advantage of a weekly email for consistency.
The Quality during Design Podcast is available on several streaming services and on this website!
It's not just an audio file - it also has a blog on this website that has extra information, graphics, and links to explore a topic more. Add a comment to the blog to add to the community!
The Quality during Design vs. Series is a video series introduction to many quality and reliability engineering topics from a product design engineering point of view. It's freely hosted on You-Tube and this website.
Like the podcast, there's lots more to be found with the series on this website. Check it out, here!
Why do we use a blue citrus in our logo?
It means something about design engineering. Read about it, here.