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Phone: (207) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: j***@***.com
Aiello Designs LLC
146 Alfred Road
Kennebunk, Maine 04043
United States

Company Description: Aiello Designs provides inventors with the services they need to license their invention, or take their product to production packaged and ready to sell. Our...   more
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Aiello Designs About
www.aiellodesign.com, 12 Feb 2014 [cached]
Founded by Justin Aiello in 1999, and an accredited member of the BBB since 2000, Aiello Designs was specifically created to provide inventors with tangible results in an industry riddled with fraudulent, invention promotion companies in an honest and ethical atmosphere.
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Justin Aiello is Project Manager and has 20+ years experience developing new technologies for many industries. Justin was a partner is a NY Product Development firm specializing in business to business services before moving to Maine and starting Aiello Designs. Justin is always happy to talk with new inventors and answer any questions. The more informed you are, the more likely you will become a client.
Please feel free to contact Justin via email (found on the contact page) or call directly at 207-467-9145.
Aiello Designs Word to the Wise
www.aiellodesign.com, 12 Feb 2014 [cached]
Here are a few pieces of advice taken from the personal experience of Justin Aiello. This advice is based on having spent more than 20 years providing Product Development services to individuals and companies designing products for the consumer, medical and industrial markets. Justin holds many patents and awards for products he has developed including a few of his own.
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We can be reached at 207 467-9145 or email Justin Aiello at justin@aiellodesign.com
Aiello Designs Info
www.aiellodesign.com, 12 Feb 2014 [cached]
Aiello Designs does not.
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We can be reached at 207 467-9145 or email Justin Aiello at justin@aiellodesign.com
His name is Justin ...
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His name is Justin Aiello and his website is http://www.aiellodesign.com. He is on vacation until August 15th. You can check out his work and read his references. He has an A+ with the BBB and he is very conscientious. You can see some of his renderings on my website at http://www.katscaddies.com. He doesn't charge anything for a consultation and since you already have a patent pending, you don't need a non-disclosure, although he will sign one. He is great to work with and he's trustworthy.
It can be VERY expensive to have molds made. I've been told for an invention the size of my potty seat caddy it could be 10K+. It is less expensive to manufacture in China. Justin has been in the business for a long time and has manufacturer's who he has worked with for years. Once the molds are completed. He will work with you and the manufacturer until you are comfortable to work with them yourself, then he steps out.
It doesn't hurt to do a free consultation. You will know within a few minutes of speaking with him that he is the real deal...honest and professional.
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I like Justin Aiello because I trust him. We will be taking my idea to prototype next week. I'm really excited! Have you spoken to Justin yet? He will sign a non-disclosure upfront before you discuss any details about your idea. Check out his rating on the BBB. You can also contact other references. I knew he was the right guy right away. He put me at ease and made me feel comfortable. It doesn't cost anything to call him and talk to him. You will know right away if he is the right person for the job or not.
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His name is Justin and his email address is estimate@aiellodesign.com He has an A+ with the BBB. His website is http://www.aiellodesign.com.
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Justin (Aiello) offered up front to sign a non-disclosure agreement. You can go either way. My designer and I have made some changes to my original design, which is typical during the design process. Now I have to give the USPTO more money when I request that the changes be made to my claims. I wish I would have spoken to Justin first. Justin is a stand-up guy and takes much pride in the fact that is has an A+ with the BBB, but also for his talent. He gives FREE estimates and will sign a non-disclosure form up front. He will take you from idea, to a patented and produced product. Below is a You Tube video of his local new station talking about a product that he helped design and bring to market. The main thing about Justin is I trust him. I trusted him after the first 10 minutes of speaking to him. I am on the West Coast. He is on the East Coast so trust and communication are key. You've got nothing to lose by talking to him. He has a great deal of experience. I wish you much luck!
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I have been in contact with Justin and after speaking to him, I am eager to continue. He has been very helpful and follows through with providing me the necessary information in a very timely fashion.
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Justin is awesome! I am on the West Coast and he is on the East Coast and I have never felt like he was far away. He is very responsive. He is a stand-up guy with tons of integrity. I wish you the very best!
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Justin has also done a brilliant job taking my idea and making it a reality.
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00 and when did you decided to go with Justin's company, thanks again for your help.
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I didn't know about Justin.
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That's when I found Justin. He walked me through the whole process. He told me straight up what the costs might be, and what each step entailed.
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I contacted Justin regarding my idea because of the recommendations on this site. When working with him, does this mean he's co-inventor or he just does it from conception to finish and that's it? I guess I'm asking if he gets any money from the profits?
He does seem like a great guy and very easy to talk to! I was so nervous but he quickly calmed my nerves without even knowing it LOL.
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I did get a NDA from Justin before he'd even discuss anything with me which made me feel very comfortable. I wanted to know for sure that the item discussed would be between him & I only so after I got that NDA from him with his signature, I was able to freely speak with him. I've never done anything like this so I just wanted some feedback from someone who has worked with him. He does seem reasonable and very knowledgeable which makes me want to work with him and he's definitely no pressure but I have a certain paranoid side to me LOL.
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I'm not an expert on all this, but I don't believe Justin would not get any profits from your invention unless you and he have agreed on it and it's in the contract. He would not be the co-inventor. He is a designer and he likes what he does and he does it well. That's not to say that there are not shifty people out there looking to profit off of us. You can check him out on the Better Business Bureau website. He has an A+. He also has many, many references. The first thing that I liked about Justin was that he had an A+ with the BBB. I also was comfortable talking to him and he sent me pictures of his work.
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You can see the renderings that Justin did for me at http://www.katscaddies.com I haven't posted any new pictures with the wipes case on the front, but I should have those up next week.
At one point or another, everyone ...
blog.kennebunkpost.com, 11 Sept 2009 [cached]
At one point or another, everyone has identified a solution to an everyday problem they believe could be a "million dollar idea," said Kennebunk resident Justin Aiello. Aiello is the person who many approach to make that good idea happen. He formed Aiello Design, LLC in 2002 after working for a large product development firm in New York City for about 15 years. He said inventors would often call the company he worked for with ideas, but the overhead was too expensive for the average inventor to afford. "I take the same process and tailor it to the individual inventor," he said. When an inventor calls Aiello, the first thing he does is sign a confidentiality agreement with the client to ensure he won't steal the idea. He also urges clients to view a tutorial on his Web site, Next,">www.aiellodesign.com. Next, he searches to make sure the idea has not already been patented. "Less than one half of one percent of patents are ever actually developed," he said, adding that about 7 million patents currently exist in the United States. "If you've never seen one for sale anywhere, it doesn't necessarily mean it hasn't been patented," he said of an idea.
It's common to find between 10 and 50 patents similar to an idea he is researching, Aiello said. "All have the same end goal, but the details of how the idea is executed is different," he said. He said medication compliance products are popular and recently developed an invention that holds a month's worth of medication, sorted out by time of day. It's designed to alert the patient through a beeping noise if the medication hasn't been taken. If the patient doesn't notice that, sensors are triggered that send e-mails to family members alerting them that the dose wasn't taken. Aiello said such products are popular with the growing baby boomer population. After a patent is secured, Aiello designs and engineers a prototype with a computer program similar to what's used in designing vehicles and aircrafts. He then orders parts for the prototype using a manufacturing technology called stereolithography. Aiello said it's like putting the design in one end of a printer and having the actual part produced on the other end. "What used to take a couple months can now be produced in less than a week," he said. With prototype in hand, Aiello said the inventor is able to test the product on the market. "Ninety-nine times out of 100 it's going to require refinements," he said. Aiello said an item that sells for $5 could cost a couple thousand dollars to develop, which is why he calls inventing somewhat of a "rich man's sport." Aiello said his average client is older and has a disposable income. "It's someone who can look at this as a learning experience and do it for enjoyment," he said. Kennebunkport resident, Charlie Oransky has used Aiello's services to develop fitness equipment.
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Since 2002, Aiello said he's been involved in developing about 20 products, but down the road would like to become more of an investor in the products he develops. "Right now I have 30 bosses," he said of clients. "It wouldn't be fair to devote all of my attention to one of them," he said. He said he loves his job because every day is different, dealing with fishing lines one day and adult-oriented products the next. "I never know what's going to be next," he said.
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