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  • 1. Get a Hackathon PROTOTYPE for product ideas ______________________________ V1.0 CONSUMER & ENTERPRISE PRODUCT DESIGN TRENDS 2014
  • 2. 1. Overview - Business & product ecosystem 2. Challenges – Digital product streams 1. Prototype 2. Why a Hackathon – And how do we do it? Agenda 3. Need for a prototype 4. Work Examples 1. Q & A…
  • 3. Overview Business & Product Ecosystem
  • 4. Overview – Business & Product Ecosystem…  Product Experience Marketing Business Meeting customer’s goals drives products, which leads businesses.
  • 5. Overview – What’s a Prototype?    An Interactive sample of Product Prototype How the product - will look like - behave - And becomes a very essential tool to get feedback or learn from the users and stakeholders.
  • 6. Challenges Digital Product Streams
  • 7. Challenges – Digital product streams… Tablet Desktops / Laptops Smartphones Wearable A Product has multiple environments where users access it.
  • 8. Challenges – Digital product streams… Design Principle - Adaptive Experience Medium & Large Screens Tablets & Smartphones Website / Web App App
  • 9. Challenges – Digital product streams… Design Principle - Lively Experience Wearable Technology
  • 10. Challenges – Digital product streams… Tablet Desktops / Laptops Smartphones Wearable  Its important to have the competitive yet right experience design of the product. as experience being the bridge between the user and the products.
  • 11. Prototype
  • 12. Low –fi Prototype
  • 13. Hi –fi Prototype
  • 14. Why a Hackathon for Prototype ? And how do we do it?
  • 15. Why a Hackathon for Prototype? And how do we do it?… Global brief to all stakeholders. Declaring a hackathon initiates the importance of research ahead.
  • 16. Why a Hackathon for Prototype? And how do we do it?… Hackathon begins…
  • 17. Why a Hackathon for Prototype? And how do we do it?… Initial brief to the stakeholders (Researcher, Interaction Designer, UI Designer, UI Developer, Technical Lead, Content Strategist etc.,).
  • 18. Why a Hackathon for Prototype? And how do we do it?… Brings everyone's ideas to the light and makes way to evangelize and innovate.
  • 19. Why a Hackathon for Prototype? And how do we do it?… Defined(Imp. Journey screens) goals are met, and timeline defined.
  • 20. Why a Hackathon for Prototype? And how do we do it?… Ideas converted to sketches and Low-fi prototypes are evaluated by all stakeholders.
  • 21. Why a Hackathon for Prototype? And how do we do it?… Arriving at visual designs of the screens.
  • 22. Why a Hackathon for Prototype? And how do we do it?… Hackathon day ends. Visual designs moves to prototype building desk. And prototype gets ready as an evaluation tool.
  • 23. Need for a prototype
  • 24. Need for a Prototype… 1. Helps to experience the product even before its rolled out to next steps
  • 25. Need for a Prototype… 2. It’s still a design and strategy stage, there’s a lot of room for improvement and get the first time product roll-out right.
  • 26. Need for a Prototype… 3. Helps every product team member to evaluate and develop the product with a visualized understanding.
  • 27. Need for a Prototype… 4. Helps Business/Product owners achieve the envisioned product and plan the phasic roadmap based on the feedbacks.
  • 28. Need for a Prototype… 5. Helps to present as a keynote to funding/investment teams.