The Tough Road to Innovation Success

Author: Jeff Disher

As the owner of our product development firm, I often get calls that go something like this, “I’m calling from Company XYZ and we have this idea for a new product and we’re not sure how to get it developed. Can you help me?”  As the conversation goes on, I sense that this company thinks their idea is a big winner… Read More

Lifelong Learning

Author: Ryan Noble

Starting College

I didn’t always enjoy formal learning. Growing up, school was this involuntary experience that was happening to me. I wasn’t overly engaged, rarely doing homework at home and almost never studying. I absorbed enough in high school to graduate with a respectable GPA and acceptance letters to Kettering University and Purdue. Starting at Kettering in the fall of 2000, I… Read More

SeaDoo Sustainability

Two years ago I bought a 1996 SeaDoo XP 800. Praised during its time for its revolutionary handling and power, this ski (and others like it, WaveBlaster) has achieved somewhat of a cult-like following because of the lack of small, fun and cheap personal watercraft models today (most jet skis today are over $10,000 and 700lbs). These skis combined the fun… Read More

Great Rated!

Great Rated

Disher is a Great Rated! Workplace Great Rated! conducted an anonymous survey of randomly selected Disher Design & Development employees to assess the quality of workplace challenges, atmosphere, rewards, pride, communication, and bosses. With a 97-98% positive rating from employees in all of the categories, Disher earned a spot as a Great Rated! workplace. Read more stats and stories here. Disher’s… Read More