Prototyping is not only for designers and engineers. In this session, you and your group will learn how to bring your ideas to life through a wide variety of low-resolution prototypes: from role-playing activities to storyboards, from a wall of post-its to a gadget made of materials you can find at your desk.
- To communicate, start a conversation with users
- To fail quickly and cheaply
- To test possibilities
- To manage the solution-building process by breaking down a large problem into testable chunks
If you have completed the "Ideation" workshop, this workshop will expand on the techniques you learned and help you test the ideas you generated.
Once you've completed this workshop, get ready to practice techniques to amplify the "power messages" in presentations and create active audiences through the last workshop in the series - "Presentation".
How This Works
- A workshop facilitator, also known as "the Catalyst", will set a date for the workshop and register online to access all materials and instructions prior to leading the workshops for the group.
- "The Catalyst" is also responsible for putting together the group for the workshop, scheduling activity dates, and leading all in-person activities. We recommend that each group be
between4-18 participants for the best experience.
- Once you've reviewed all instructions, you're good to go - get ready to get out of your chairs and work together to bring design thinking to life!
$350.00 for access to each individual workshop.
Only one person from the group will be responsible for tuition payment - you teams, colleagues and clients participate for free!
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- Find out more on our homepage: Stanford Innovation at Work
- Learn what "Innovation at Work" brings to you and your team: Innovation at Work Overview
- Ready to get started? Learn how to lead and participate in all the "Innovation at Work" workshops.
- Got questions? Interested in enrolling? Our team is here to help.