The Best Way to Review Your PCB Designs

Alexsander Tamari
|  Created: July 19, 2022  |  Updated: September 21, 2023

For many of us, building a PCB is not done by a single person. We have teams for the schematic, layout, procurement, enclosure, and more. And for all design decisions, there is a review and approval process. It is essential to ask questions and review the design approaches used with your team. Design reviews are essential in the design process, but they can be inconvenient for team members and lack traceability or history. To create the best designs, you need review methods that are as cutting edge as the boards you're making.

Join us this week where we'll discuss design review best practices, including:

  • Placing comments directly within a project
  • Drawing on and marking up a project for review
  • Assigning design tasks to team members
  • Exporting comments in a report

About Author

About Author

Alexsander joined Altium as a Technical Marketing Engineer and brings years of engineering expertise to the team. His passion for electronics design combined with his practical business experience provides a unique perspective to the marketing team at Altium. Alexsander graduated from one of the top 20 universities in the world at UCSD where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering.

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