You think you have a great startup idea? Naturally the next step would be to build it asap, right? Wrong! Too many teams jump right into building without even validating their idea.
Then you end up with a finished product that has 1000 functionalities, but 0 use.
This is why prototyping is crucial to building a product that people love. It helps you focus on the right details and avoid wasting precious time and money. ⚡️
Bottom line: you need to FAKE IT before you MAKE IT.
In this talk, Sarah will share:
- Why you shouldn’t build too fast & how to tell if you are
- A step-by-step guide to prototyping kick-ass products
- Best tips, tricks, & tools
Sarah Doody is a Canadian born UX designer and product consultant based in NYC. She has worked with successful startups and Fortune 500 companies, and founded the popular weekly UX newsletter, The UX Notebook. Sarah is also very involved in UX education, having co-designed General Assembly’s UX program as well as an online course, User Research Mastery. More recently, Sarah self-published a UX notebook, How To Think Like A Designer.