What a joke! I went to the Speed2Design website. It is piled high with adds and pictures of race cars, but no content, no tutorials, nothing useful. That is certainly what I need to help in with my busy design cycles.
Thanks to Sylvie for bringing attention to the continuing mission of Speed2Design. As the world’s leader in circuit protection, Littelfuse is committed to being the premier destination for solutions to even the most challenging CP applications.
I appreciate all the insightful and valuable comments. As we strive to provide meaningful value to our customers and design engineer stakeholders, feedback is critical in helping us understand how to structure Speed2Design.com to deliver the greatest benefit to those it was created for. I am encouraged that the interest shown in this concept is proof, as Chuck said, that the idea is a good one. The new LED Lighting Design Guide e-book is a shining example of the type of new content we’ll be providing through Speed2Design.
Over the next several weeks, we will continue to add more content and interactive components, while evolving the site to make it easy-to-use and more focused on providing design solutions and support. Also, I’d like encourage the design engineering community to share feedback and ideas as we look to exceed your expectations. Feel free to email us at Speed2Design@littelfuse.com.
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