Running Product Design Sprints
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assignment Niveau : Introductif
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En résumé

Typically, clients and managers don't want to pay for design (or strategy) but want to rush toward results. Design sprints allow you to meet clients' desire for solutions--to develop sooner--and still adjust based on feedback. But not all sprints are alike. In this course, you’ll learn how to run situation-appropriate sprints, whether it's testing user motivation, interface usability, or solution fit, to avoid waste and deliver value. We'll show you how to: - Plan and conduct a design sprint that delivers valuable, actionable insights - Effectively test motivation and value propositions - Effectively test user interface (even without working software) - Focus and drive to actionable conclusions on questions of approach and architecture This course is supported by the Batten Institute at UVA’s Darden School of Business. The Batten Institute’s mission is to improve the world through entrepreneurship and innovation:

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Le programme

  • Week 1 - Your Next Design Sprint
    The role of the design sprint is to make (just enough) room to discover what will be valuable to your user before you start spending a lot of money to build a product. Given the failure rate of new products, this is a critical process--and surprisingly hard to...
  • Week 2 - Testing Problem Scenarios in Design Sprints
    Even if we deliver the perfectly built solution (on time, on budget, beautifully designed), if it is for a problem that doesn’t exist, we've failed. You can avoid poor outcomes with a very moderate time commitment. In this module, you’ll learn how to plan and ...
  • Week 3 - Testing Motivation in Design Sprints
    None of us want to waste our time creating something no one wants, and yet just asking people what they want doesn't yield accurate results. Instead, you need to systematically assess user motivation so you can zero in on software implementations worth buildin...
  • Week 4 - Testing Usability in Design Sprints
    UsabilIty testing is all about how easy your user interface is for your users to use. But testing usability can be tricky and needs to be tightly calibrated. In this module, you’ll learn how to use existing user interface patterns to streamline development and...
  • Week 5 - Testing Approach and Architecture in Design Sprints
    In software design, you have a lot of choices about what tools to use. Making the right choice is important because, in practice, there often aren’t that many really great alternatives. In this module, you’ll learn how to manage toward smart decisions and good...

Les intervenants

Alex Cowan, Faculty & Batten Fellow
Darden School of Business


Le concepteur

The University of Virginia is distinctive among institutions of higher education. Founded by Thomas Jefferson in 1819, and located on a World Heritage site in Charlottesville, the University sustains the ideal of developing, through education, leaders who are well-prepared to help shape the future of the nation. The University is public, while nourished by the strong support of its alumni. It is also selective; the students who come here have been chosen because they show the exceptional promise Jefferson envisioned.

La plateforme

Coursera est une entreprise numérique proposant des formation en ligne ouverte à tous fondée par les professeurs d'informatique Andrew Ng et Daphne Koller de l'université Stanford, située à Mountain View, Californie.

Ce qui la différencie le plus des autres plateformes MOOC, c'est qu'elle travaille qu'avec les meilleures universités et organisations mondiales et diffuse leurs contenus sur le web.

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