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  • 1. Day 2: Product Vision
  • 2. Overview Part 1: Every product needs a vision Part 2: The product vision board Part 3: How to use the product visionboard
  • 3. Every project needs a vision
  • 4. A vision?“Would you tell me, please, which way I ought togo from here?""That depends a good deal on where you wantto get to.""I dont much care where –""Then it doesnt matter which way you go.”― Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland
  • 5. A vision?= know where you’re going= create the same productPeople always have an idea in their head,but is it the same as yours?
  • 6. Goal Clear overview of product Better presentation, pitch, alignmentwithin team Clearer statement towards customers,partners, investors, … Limit scope, create focus Be more efficient
  • 7. The product vision board
  • 8. Product vision board
  • 9. Target group= who are you creating the product for= who will use it & who will pay for it The right size Discoverable Specific enough / not to specific Several smaller groups / one large group
  • 10. Target groupWhat is their gender?
  • 11. Target groupWhere do they live?
  • 12. Target groupAre they rich,poor or inbetween?
  • 13. Target groupAre theytrendsettersor old-fashioned?
  • 14. Target groupWhat istheir age?
  • 15. Target groupWhat is theirintellectuallevel?
  • 16. Needs= which needs & wants of the target groupis your product fulfilling Mapped to target groups Dig to the most basic need (5 why’s) Difficult to find the exact need Emotion
  • 17. NeedsNeed versus wantAntibiotic - People die without itAspirin - Makes people feel betterVitamin - Prevents people to get sickHomeopathy - Makes people believe they will get better
  • 18. Product= what are your USP’s Mapped to needs & target groups Top 3-5 features / method Differentiators
  • 19. Product
  • 20. Value= what is the value of your product to thetarget groups (based in their needs) Money Emotion / feelings Business value Better, faster, cheaper, …
  • 21. ValueIt saves time,betterperformance
  • 22. ValueMore childfriendly thanothers
  • 23. ValueBetter security,morethrustworthy
  • 24. ValueMore comfort,higher usability
  • 25. Value Cheaper, moreprofits
  • 26. Competitors and alternatives= who will they compare you with Similar products / services How it’s done now Alternatives that can be used
  • 27. Competitors and alternatives
  • 28. Vision statement= short sentence to give a first impression Granny proof! What – why – who – how 1-2 sentence introduction Remember it What the world will look like if you’ve changedit
  • 29. Vision statementDyson hot + coolFastest whole room heating inwinter. High velocity air tocool in summer.
  • 30. Vision statementiPhone 5Loving it is easy. That’s whyso many people do.
  • 31. Vision statementMicrosoft Windows 8More beautiful, more flexible,more you. And very, veryfast.
  • 32. How to use the product visionboard
  • 33. GoalOne look at the product vision boardshould explain most of your product.One look should be enough to get a roughidea of what you’re doing.
  • 34. Practical Use post-its! Start with the section you know best Iterate several times (now + later) Hang it in your office
  • 35. Questions?

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