Behind the Story of Circuits Gallery
The story of Circuit Gallery is quite a funny one. During our college years, we had to fix a ceiling fan. It was our first-hand experience of how wiring an electric device wrong would turn it into a total disaster.
After that incident, some like mind friends set up a goal to educate people about circuit boards, electric connections, DIY soldering, and much more. And Circuits Gallery was born.
Circuits Gallery Motto
Our aim is to educate and bring solutions to our everyday devices, appliances, and equipment. If you look inside an LED light, there is a circuit in work. So is every other electronic lying around. It is essential you know the components of your personal computer or laptop to the least.
With that aim in mind, we work on topics and devices that we find that our readers need to know. Even if you have a science project in your school, you can take help from Circuit Gallery to understand further.
- Readers opinion.
These qualities make us stand out in the crowd. As we look at every problem from our reader’s perspective, we try to make them as much user-friendly as we can.
In addition, we tend to hear from our readers via our email and change our approach depending on their demands.
People Behind It
As we have said earlier, we came up with the idea during our college years. We have a enthusiastic group of writer, researchers, online specialists, and an editorial team that looks over the whole process.
Their close collaboration is what we offer to our readers. This makes every single article full of details and simple to understand from any device junky’s perspective.
Write to Us
We like to hear people’s stories. How you have approached something and it didn’t work, how it did work. Also, you can point us out our methods and bring in suggestions. Because in this world of devices and electronics, we all have a blind spot. And a reader is the person who can point it out to us.
Frequently Asked Questions
Does Circuits Gallery have a circuit-generating app?
No. At this time, we are only working on solving issues, describing how to wire a circuit manually and how to create it in a realistic form. But we have a plan to expand our options to develop an app to make it easy for our readers.
Is the Circuits Gallery team responsible for answering emails?
Yes. Circuits Gallery has a dedicated team of professionals who answer your email with their expertise in the field.