In essence, every PCB design is a complex puzzle that requires a designer to incorporate critical components and tight schematics into a piece of technology that is governed by rules, constraints and industry standards. So, it stands to reason that PCB designers should develop habits that make their jobs easier.
But what are the habits that can make PCB design simpler and more effective. Mentor Graphics has compiled a list of the seven habits that are most common among successful PCB design teams, and they speak to all PCB engineers, whether you and your team are novices, or old hands.
In this white paper you will learn about:
- The seven common habits that highly effective PCB designers employ.
- How you can integrate these habits into your PCB design strategy.
- What results you can hope to see from improving your PDB design habits.