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41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
41631 lecture 6 pt1   prototyping
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  • 1. Prototyping ali özkil, DTU, 2013 credits: keynotopia
  • 2. A picture is worth 1000 words
  • 3. A picture is worth 1000 words
  • 4. A picture is worth 1000 wordsA prototype is worth 1000 pictures
  • 5. Prototypes areessential for productdevelopment
  • 6. What is a prototype?
  • 7. What is a prototype?
  • 8. Early version of an idea
  • 9. leb Early version staTe of an idea
  • 10. Why Prototype?
  • 11. To answer questionsand generate new ones
  • 12. Validate your assumptions willitblend.com
  • 13. Visualize your ideasand share them with others Team Investors Clients Users
  • 14. Fail Early,Fail Cheaply
  • 15. Philips Food Printer
  • 16. Fail early,fail cheaply
  • 17. Fail early,fail cheaply
  • 18. The Worst Product Failure ever: the New Coke
  • 19. The Worst Product Failure ever: the New Coke
  • 20. The Worst Product Failure ever: the New Coke
  • 21. Compare alternatives
  • 22. What makes a good prototype?
  • 23. Quick
  • 24. Cheap
  • 25. Minimal
  • 26. Testable
  • 27. Measurable
  • 28. A good prototype is...
  • 29. A good prototype is...Quick You can create multiple versions fast and iterate even faster
  • 30. A good prototype is...Quick You can create multiple versions fast and iterate even fasterCheap You wouldn’t mind throwing it away and starting all over again
  • 31. A good prototype is...Quick You can create multiple versions fast and iterate even fasterCheap You wouldn’t mind throwing it away and starting all over againMinimal No frills - contains core features only
  • 32. A good prototype is...Quick You can create multiple versions fast and iterate even fasterCheap You wouldn’t mind throwing it away and starting all over againMinimal No frills - contains core features onlyTestable You can put it in front of people and have them try it out
  • 33. A good prototype is...Quick You can create multiple versions fast and iterate even fasterCheap You wouldn’t mind throwing it away and starting all over againMinimal No frills - contains core features onlyTestable You can put it in front of people and have them try it outMeasurable You can get the numbers behind what is working and what is not
  • 34. you can do it !
  • 35. you can do it !

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