Introduction to Design Thinking and Product Development

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Introduction to Design Thinking and Product Development

Introduction to Design Thinking and Product Development

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Language: english

Note: 3.5/5 (248 notes) 35,203 students

Instructor(s): Vignesh RK

Last update: 2020-06-27

What you’ll learn

  • 5 Step design thinking approaches
  • Characteristics of Product development process
  • Cost & Duration of product development
  • Challenges faced during Product development
  • Industrial Case study on Design thinking (Electronic brake-force distribution system)
  • Difference between Design thinking, Agile & Design Sprint

 

Requirements

  • No prerequisites required
  • 30 mins of free time

 

Description

Crisp and straight to the point lectures!

This course will cover the following topics.

· Design thinking

– You will learn about the 5 stages of Design thinking process: Empathize, Define, Ideate, Prototype & Test

· Challenges faced during successful Product development

· Characteristics of Product development

· Cost & Duration of product development

· Case study on Electronic brakeforce distribution system

· Difference between Agile, Design thinking Design sprint

At the end of the course, you will have a good knowledge on Design thinking approach that is carried out in almost all big companies and also the Product development strategies followed in there.

In this course, a case study on Electronic brake-force distribution is compared side-by-side with the explained Design thinking and Product Development topics for your easy understanding. Quizes were added to make the course more interactive and fun.


What you’ll learn

· 5 Step design thinking approaches- Empathize, Define, Ideate, Prototype & Test

· Characteristics of Product development process

· Cost & Duration of product development

· Challenges faced during Product development

· Industrial Case study on Design thinking (Electronic brake-force distribution system)

· Difference between Design thinking, Agile & Design Sprint

Are there any course requirements or prerequisites?

· No prerequisites required. Best for beginners.

· 30 mins of free time

Who this course is for:

· Students and early professionals who want to know about the Design  Approach and procedure of Product development

 

Who this course is for

  • Students and early professionals who want to know about the Approach and procedure of Product development

 

Course content

  • Overview
    • Overview
  • Introduction
    • Introduction
  • Design Thinking
    • 5 Steps involved in Design thinking
    • Design Thinking
  • Product development
    • Product development and its characteristics
    • Challenges of Product development
    • Duration & Cost
    • Bonus Topic – Work flow in an organization
    • Product development
  • Industrial Case Study
    • Electronic brakeforce distribution system
  • Summary
    • Summary

 

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