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First you make a scope for the project what does it need to do, what does it need to be capable of....Then you go measure and calculate the forces, which is directly related to the materials and solutions.Select the right materials, size and shape. Sensors etc etc...Check for electronics that is supported by libraries under Arduino or C.Then you need to seek some knowledge of manufacturing, some you can do yourself, some by more experienced hands.Check, soldere the electronics, wire and connect, double check and measure with a multimeter if all is decently connected.Then you going to program or code (this is the fun stuff), fix the mistakes and troubleshoot until quirks and bugs are gone.Take pictures of the process and make a nice report, blog some here...Happy roboteering.....nobody said it would be easy :-)