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Product Designer | Aligning career with personal values | Part 4 | Khan Academy
 
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Donna talks about being mission-driven and the importance of pursuing work that aligns with her values. This video is part of a new series on Khan Academy covering the responsibilities, requirements, and financial aspects of careers. Careers and Personal Finance on Khan Academy: Are you wondering how to land your dream job? How to pay off student loans? What’s the best way to negotiate your salary? Finding answers to questions like these can be hard, but we’re here to help. We ask real people in real jobs how they make it all work in our new video series about careers and personal finance, brought to you with support from Bank of America. Check out the videos on Better Money Habits, Bank of America's financial literacy website: https://bettermoneyhabits.bankofamerica.com About Khan Academy: Khan Academy is a nonprofit with a mission to provide a free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere. We believe learners of all ages should have unlimited access to free educational content they can master at their own pace. We use intelligent software, deep data analytics and intuitive user interfaces to help students and teachers around the world. Our resources cover preschool through early college education, including math, biology, chemistry, physics, economics, finance, history, grammar and more. We offer free personalized SAT test prep in partnership with the test developer, the College Board. Khan Academy has been translated into dozens of languages, and 100 million people use our platform worldwide every year. More free lessons at KhanAcademy.org And remember, you can learn anything. For free. For everyone. Forever. #YouCanLearnAnything Subscribe to KhanAcademy’s Careers and Personal Finance channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/KACareersPersonalFinance Join us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter at @khanacademy.
Delight and Inclusivity in Product Design: Creating a Values-Driven Product
 
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See how Justworks' product designers created icons with diversity and company values in mind.
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Rendering - Students of Product Design  Episode 04
 
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In Episode 4 of students of Product Design, I'm mainly looking at using photo editing software to render hand drawn design sketches to make my product design presentation sheets look more professional. Having photographed a sketch and imported it into Photoshop, I cover a simple set of techniques that I use for all my presentation sheets, laying down a base colour, an effect when necessary, shadows and highlights. To understand the idea behind this, I look at materials and the different properties they have, how they react to light and easy ways to look at this and apply what you see to your presentation sheets. The most important message in this video is that most of the time I don't know what's right, but over the years I have developed a good eye for what's wrong with my presentation sheets, a bad perspective, the wrong colour etc, so all I do is keep making my sketches less wrong and each time I do this they creep closer to being right. This is all I do when designing a product, I keep tweaking each part of the design until it's as good as I can make it. At the end of the video I look at how to develop a brand language that can be applied to other products as a company diversifies its product range and expands in to other markets. Lots of industrial designers cleverly use colour, form, texture, materials and a logo to strengthen a brand and reinforce its values with consumers. The example I create is a bit tongue in cheek and very cheesy, but hopefully shows the basics of how it's done. I hope you enjoyed Students of Product Design episode 4. If you have any questions, let me know - I do try to answer everyone who asks a question, but sometimes it's not possible if the question is asked through Google Hangouts etc. PT www.producttank.co.uk
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Design tutorial: Using storytelling to determine core values | lynda.com
 
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Core values are a set of beliefs that consumers hold about a product or service. It can be helpful to determine these core values, which can then be used as tools in developing the product concept, using the storytelling technique: a process of developing narratives around how customers use the product. Learn more about this technique in this tutorial. Watch more at http://www.lynda.com/Design-Design-Business-tutorials/Developing-Ideas-Design-Concepts/126121-2.html?utm_campaign=5Zuq92PUr5E&utm_medium=viral&utm_source=youtube. This tutorial is a single movie from the Developing Ideas and Design Concepts course presented by lynda.com author Craig Smallish. The complete course is 1 hour and 39 minutes and it shows how to communicate and develop an idea through brainstorming and sketching. Introduction 1. The Client 2. Challenges Around Every Corner 3. Establishing Core Values and Seed Phrases 4. The Free-Association Process: Finding the Raw Ingredients 5. A Concept is Born! 6. One Great Concept Deserves Another 7. The Rough Sketch 8. 180-Degree Thinking: Does Your Concept Have an Evil Twin? 9. The Revised Sketch: How to Make Your Great Concept Even Better 10. The Refined Sketch: Tweak, Tweak, Tweak 11. The Final Selection: And the Winner Is...
Views: 4125 LinkedIn Learning
Strategyzer's Value Proposition Canvas Explained
 
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The Value Proposition Canvas allows you to design products and services that customers actually want. In this short video, we walk you through the tool and how it works. For more info, visit http://strategyzer.com Credit: Daniela Berto/Neue Big: Content Strategy and Production http://www.neuebig.com Lisa Cadamuro https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisacadamuro/ Jeanette Iris Mooney: Script Editing Maria Walnut: Concept, Creative Direction, Design www.studiomariawalnut.com Max Mörtl: Art Direction, Stop Motion Animation Direction www.maxmoertl.de Cris Wiegandt: Paper Craft Assistant https://www.criswiegandt.com Jimi Newport: 2D Animation https://bob74.myportfolio.com Julian Terbuyken: Music and Sound Design https://www.odoeje.de Alex Belcourt: Voice Narration Crafted and filmed in Berlin at Cris Wiegandt Studio. Special thanks to Björn Lefers for his contribution about the Audience/Script Analysis
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Design Is [Vision] – The Power of Storytelling in Product Design and Business Strategy
 
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Designers help define the future by envisioning and crafting product experiences. They do this in a number of ways, whether it be by helping to create a strategic product vision through storytelling or through insights-driven, human-centered design. Effective product strategy requires the ability to define a vision that actively works alongside business and technology to design experiences users want in the face of behavioral and computational change. Designers articulate abstract ideas and give them form, by reconciling user needs with business goals and advanced technologies. Data can persuade people, but it doesn’t inspire them to act in the way stories do. A product vision serves as a tangible artifact that provides teams the 10,000 foot view and aligns them around a shared North Star to inspire innovation. Design Is […] is a monthly speaker series on the future of design and creativity. Each public talk is centered on a theme, and the series highlights a broad range of perspectives on everything from human-centered design to VR and ethics. Learn more at: https://goo.gl/d9JSxL Stay up-to-date with future Design Is [...] videos and more by subscribing to Google Design channel: https://goo.gl/naDtMa
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How product design can change the world | Christiaan Maats | TEDxUniversityofGroningen
 
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Christiaan Maats is a designer and entrepreneur who challenges the way we look at product design. Going beyond form and function he shows us how products carry deeper layers of meaning and how those layers can connect us to a bigger reality. In this Talk, Christiaan Maats explains how meaningful products can embody the change we want to see in the world and sheds light on his own vision of a circular society that integrates industrial society with its natural roots. Christiaan Maats was born and raised in Groningen, though he studied Industrial Design Engineering at Technical University in Delft. His keen interest in the psychology behind product- and brand experience took him to Sydney, Australia where he conducted a case study titled “Storytelling through Product Design”. Good product design is good storytelling, according to Christiaan. His creation of the world’s first biodegradable shoes that bloom is a perfect example of his philosophy. Christiaan considers himself a practical idealist. He is driven by his passion for innovation and creating products and brands that inspire a better future by making you smile, think and wonder. His refreshing ideas on sustainable innovation disrupt the status quo. Christiaan's diverse background and enthusiasm are great ingredients for an inspiring TEDx Talk that focuses on the society of the future and how to get there. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
Views: 66393 TEDx Talks
Graphic Design for Beginners - Values
 
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In this lesson we will be discussing the topic of values. It is an important element of design that will help you understand how to create form, depth, contrast, and the illusion of perspective by learning how to control changes in light. We will start with some basics and then take a look at examples of how value has been used in traditional drawing as well as painting. Then I will do a demonstration to show you how you can get the values from any image in order to help you see the ranges that certain colors fall into. I will also share with you some of my own process as I do a digital painting by finding the values and landmarks of a portrait. Sign-up for our e-mail list and get a free copy of the Essential Photoshop Tutorials: A Starter Guide E-Book: http://www.teachmetodesign.com/essentialphotoshoptutorialsguide Connect with us online: Blog: http://www.teachmetodesign.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/teachmetodesign YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/c/teachmetodesign ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Resources and artwork used in this lesson: Line Resources: Stock Photos Used for the Demo • Woman close-up in orange sweater http://depositphotos.com/12014249/stock-photo-woman-close-up-in-orange.html • Close up man portrait outdoor http://depositphotos.com/14633677/stock-photo-close-up-man-portrait-outdoor.html Examples Used for the Presentation • Noir by Valentin Demchenko https://www.artstation.com/artwork/LaKOK • Instagram Media by Casey Baugh http://ink361.com/app/users/ig-9510092/caseybaugh/photos/ig-981994924935312882_9510092 • Still Life by Jean Rascher http://www.jeanrascher.com/drawings.html#.VyZ0JqMrKV5 • The Art of Dave Sequin http://daveseguin.tumblr.com/ • Fabric Drawing from Ms Chang’s Art Classes http://www.mschangart.com/ • Rock Drawing from AK47 Tumblr http://ak47.tumblr.com/post/91042073100 • Diane Wright Art Journal http://dwrightart.blogspot.com/2010_05_01_archive.html • Waterfall by Aaron Spong http://fineartamerica.com/featured/waterfall-aaron-spong.html • Bassorilevo by Paul Galbraith http://wowgreat.tumblr.com/post/36086109137/volandoimaginando-paul-galbraith • Suits of Armor Standing Painting by Adolph von Menzel http://www.oceansbridge.com/oil-paintings/product/117213/suitsofarmorstanding • Portrait of Maria Serra Pallavicino by Peter Paul Rubens http://blistar.net/photos/photo27840.html • Samson and Delilah by Peter Paul Rubens http://sphereofmen.com/2016/01/10/women-in-myth-the-wisdom-of-men/ • Value Painting from Imagination by ShortestTallGuy https://www.reddit.com/r/DigitalPainting/comments/2uzxbi/value_painting_from_imagination/
Views: 762 Teach Me To Design
The IKEA Group - The Story of How We Work
 
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To create a better everyday life for the many people: that is the IKEA vision. But, what exactly do we mean by this? How can a home furnishing company create a better everyday? http://www.IKEA-usa.com We believe quality and design should be affordable to many. We use the five elements of "democratic design" -- form, function, quality, sustainability and a low price. So instead of thinking outside the box, we got rid of it. At IKEA, we want to inspire people to create the home they dream of. Follow us on a journey from home through design, supply and distribution to find out how they come together to create quality products at low prices. To us, creating a better everyday life for the many people also means making a difference for the people and communities where we work. This film lets you know more about how.
Views: 220153 IKEA USA
Professor Kristin L. Wood - Product Design
 
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Prof Kris Wood shares his passion for Product Design.
Ethics, Values & Design | UC Berkeley Executive Education
 
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InFocus Podcast with Dr. Sara Beckman. Dr. Beckman is the Program Director for the UC Berkeley Executive Education program, Product Management. Dr. Beckman teaches new product development and manufacturing and operations management at the University of California’s Haas School of Business. In nearly twenty years at the Haas School, she has developed, institutionalized and directed the school’s Management of Technology Program, initiated new courses on design, entrepreneurship in biotechnology, and new product development, won four awards from MBA students for excellence in teaching, and received the Berkeley campus Distinguished Teaching Award. http://executive.berkeley.edu/programs/product-management
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Designing Stress Management IoT "In the Wild"  | Pablo Paredes | TEDxBeaconStreet
 
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Stress management is a growing necessity across society. 80% of primary care visits are due to stress, while only 3% of patients actually receive advice on how to manage it. Stress for modern humans happens "in the wild" (i.e. In the built environment. Modern humans spend 87% of their time indoors or in cars.) Pablo discusses the need to design stress management interventions that are embedded within this new, human-made “wild”, as part of a new ecology. Pablo explores an emerging need for research on interventions to improve stress monitoring and recovery. A novel breed of unobtrusive internet connect (IoT) sensors embedded in cars, chairs, desks and other objects is one solution that has a lot of potential for helping us to manage this condition early. Pablo Paredes earned his PhD in Computer Science from the University of California, Berkeley in 2015. He is part of the faculty, as an Instructor, in the Radiology, and the Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Departments at Stanford University. Prior to joining the School of Medicine, he was a Postdoctoral Researcher in Computer Science at Stanford University for two years. During his PhD career, he held internships on behavior change and affective computing in Microsoft Research and Google. Before 2010 he was a senior strategic manager with Intel in Sao Paulo, Brazil, a lead product manager with Telefonica in Quito, Ecuador and an Entrepreneur in his natal Cuenca, Ecuador. In these roles, he has had the opportunity to closely evaluate designers, engineers, business people and researchers in telecommunications, product development, and ubiquitous computing. He has advised several PhD, masters and undergrad students. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
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7 Values of Effective Tech Writing Teams
 
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Joao Fernandes http://lanyrd.com/2016/writethedocs/sfbztk/ Not so long ago, designers were not part of the product development cycle. They were only called at the last minute, with the hopes they could help salvage the project. But by then they couldn't do much, since it's hard to backtrack from bad design decisions made early on. Fortunately this has changed. Both management and developers now see the value of including designers as part of the development cycle. The same has to happen with tech writers! In this talk I'll share with you the 7 core values my tech writing team used at OutSystems, where we changed the company culture and won our place in the development cycle. These values are also being useful to me at Docker, where I'm still learning about the product, the users, and the best way to ship documentation.
Views: 600 Next Day Video
Values of Vision: Eliminate Product Damage
 
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Forklifts running into racking and equipment? Forklifts spearing product improperly, damaging goods? Eliminate product damage. Vision guided vehicles crush your product damage challenges by properly transporting goods. No unstable or unsafe loads. VGVs transport goods the way they were trained, eliminating extra costs from unsellable product. VGVs follow transportation rules, ensuring goods arrive in excellent condition.
Views: 525 Seegrid Corporation
Designing for the User: Inclusive Design for Graphics & Resistant Materials (Preview)
 
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For more information please go to: http://www.pumpkintv.co.uk/collections/design-and-technology/products/designing-for-the-user Dur 32 mins/ KS 3-5/ Produced 2010 How do designers create products that meet user need and are inclusive? The two examples, drawn from: Resistant Materials (Children's bikes) and Graphics (mobile phone box/manual) show how designers: determine their market; consider users' values and needs; use ergonomic and anthropometric data and respond to the challenges of demographic change and inclusive design. The DVD also contains extensive teachers notes and student activities and research tools written by the Design Council and the RCA Helen Hamlyn Centre. "Excellent examples of how designers research and understand their end users needs. This well help A2 students who are studying end users requriemetns during their Unit 4 Product Design coursework research. " Malcolm Cross, Head of D&T, Peter Symonds School, the largest centre teaching AQA A Level Product Design Endorsed by Edexcel for use with their GCE in Design and Technology: Product Design. Recommended by AQA in their resources list for their GCSE and GCE D&T specifications.
Views: 4969 Pumpkin Interactive
Journey With Star Rapid - How We Enable Innovation In Product Development
 
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Plan your visit to Star Rapid today! https://www.starrapid.com/about-us/travel-guidance/ Meet Zakary Smith, our Global Sales Director. He will show you the inner workings of Star Rapid, a rapid prototyping and low volume manufacturing company based in Zhongshan, China. From requesting a free quote to visiting our facilities in China, this video offers you an insight into our customer engagement process and values. At Star Rapid, our focus is on providing you with the finest services in rapid prototyping, rapid tooling and low-volume manufacturing. Our international team of engineers and technicians are dedicated to making your custom parts using the most advanced equipment and techniques including 3D metal printing, multi-axis CNC machining and plastic injection molding. We’re here to turn your ideas into reality quickly, accurately and at a great price. Journey with Star Rapid - How We Enable Innovation In Product Development Request a free quote today! https://www.starrapid.com/contact/request-a-quote/ Subscribe to us here: www.youtube.com/c/starrapid Official Website: https://www.starrapid.com/ Find us at: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StarRapidManufacturing/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/star_rapid/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Star_Rapid Work with us: https://www.linkedin.com/company/star-rapid/ Are you a reader? https://www.starrapid.com/blog/ Whenever we take on a new project here at Star Rapid, we focus on two things. What exactly does the customer expect and how can we DELIGHT them! We understand that just meeting our customer’s expectations is not enough anymore. That’s why our prime focus is to understand every customer’s unique requirements. Whether you are venture back startup or a fortune 500 company, we have engineers to support you anywhere in the world. We are always available to learn more about your project. You can contact us through all the social media platforms, or you can simply pick up the phone and talk to one of our experienced in region sales engineers, and even set up a meeting in person. You can also upload your design files to our website and request a free quote online, which would then be sent to our highly trained engineering team for a careful design for manufacturing review. We have our sales engineers conveniently located in many cities around the world. Getting in touch with us is really that simple! If you want to check out our facilities for yourself, you are welcome to visit our factory in Zhongshan and to meet our international team of engineers and technicians. In the heart of China’s Pearl River Delta, we are only a 90-minute ferry ride from Hong Kong. From airport pick-ups to arranging your accommodations, we would take great care of you. Our experts would take you on a tour of our modern factory, which would give you a first hand experience of Star’s capabilities and values. Right from the initial enquiry to the final product delivery, and even beyond, your journey with Star Rapid will be a seamless one. We look forward to working with you.
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Pricing Design Work & Creativity
 
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Confused about how to price creative services? Are you charging hourly versus value based pricing? Is there a better way to determine what is fair to you and fair to the client? Watch this video and see how much money you are potentially leaving on the table by not pricing the client. Price the client and not the job. 👉Subscribe: https://goo.gl/F2AEbk How much do you charge for designing a logo? Are you undercharging your creative work? Learn how to charge 10 times more for a logo. Pricing design services. Part 3 of Money Talk workshop. 3:40 Why logos are worth more to some companies than others? 5:40 Price the client not the job 7:45 What does Blind charge to design a logo? 8:25 How do you quantify/justify the hours to a client? 9:45 Paula Scher's approach 11:40 Pricing role play 13:20 Most entrepreneurs value time. Symmetry of logic. 21:20 Clients don't choose the best option. They choose the least risky option. _ Listen to our podcast on iTunes: The Futur https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-futur/id1152604340?mt=2 HOW TO SUPPORT THE FUTUR: Purchase a Kit: http://theskool.co/collections/all or subscribe to the secret and private Master mind group on Facebook with exclusive videos not released anywhere else. Use our Amazon Affiliate Link: http://astore.amazon.com/chrisdo-20 Buy useful design tools from Creative Market: https://creativemarket.com/?u=ChrisDo Get your business cards printed at Moo: http://www.moo.com/share/qn6x98 _ Connect with us online: http://thefuturishere.com https://www.facebook.com/theFuturisHere/ https://twitter.com/thefuturishere Need brand strategy help? Visit Blind LA’s WEBSITE: http://blind.com Connect with Chris Do: https://twitter.com/theChrisDo Twitter https://www.facebook.com/BizOfDesign https://www.instagram.com/thechrisdo The PROCESS Credits: Executive Producer– Chris Do Hosts– Chris Do Director– Aaron Szekely Cameraman– Aaron Szekely, Andrew Truong Producer– Aaron Szekely Editor– Aaron Szekely, Mark Contreras Show Open– designed by William VanSkaik, animated by Bara Kwon Translations: Mandarin Traditional— Angie Hu Mandarin Simplified—Siyu Lee Spanish— Pablo Del Mares
Views: 1171366 The Futur
What is the value of materials data management?
 
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An overview of Granta Design and how its materials information technology helps organizations in industry sectors such as aerospace, energy, automotive, medical devices, and general manufacturing to optimize their management and use of critical materials and process data, save time and cost in product development, reduce risk and comply with regulations, and enhance innovation.
Views: 9324 Granta Design
Sustainable Product Design Educator, Bill Dresselhaus
 
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Bill uses Autodesk Fusion 360 and Sustainability Workshop content to support his philosophy of teaching his students sustainable product design, good design process, and value of design thinking. By learning sustainable design, students are equipping themselves to do great work in whatever industry they choose as they enter the workforce. Bill teaches his students the importance of designing products that are useful and valuable to humans.
Influences on Design -  Culture
 
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This is a chapter from the ClickView title, Influences on Design. The full 16 minute programme is available with closed captions and additional resources. For more information on ClickView's video library for secondary schools, please visit http://clickv.ie/w/aATi Many factors influence the design of products, systems or environments. Designers must consider how these factors will have an impact on their eventual users, environments and the wider world. Designers have to use materials sympathetically and consider the conflicting demands that moral, cultural, economic, and social values and needs can have in the planning and in the designing of products. In six independent chapters, this programme explores the influences that culture, subculture, egalitarianism, global society, hedonism, and sustainability have on design. Packed with engaging imagery and real-life examples, this program will stimulate viewers to think about the influences on their design work.
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Engineering Philosophy: Values and Design, Dr. Louis Bucciarelli, MIT
 
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"Engineering and Philosophy seem two worlds apart. But things and ideas are not disjunct in this world, and their synthesis is certainly essential in engineering design." The title is to be read in two ways: First, I will talk about the values and beliefs of engineers designing - the values that frame their thought and practical action in the design of new products and systems. Second, I will explore how engineers, in their designing, convey, via these same products and systems, certain values and norms that allow for particular kinds of use, social discourse and exchange - even ways of life - and limit, if not rule out, other kinds. Both themes are relevant to the question: Is technology “value free”? To make this essay more than an op-ed exercise, I must explain what it is that engineers do when engaged in design. My perspective differs from those who view innovation as the creative production of a single individual, for - as I have argued in my book, Designing Engineers (MIT Press, 1994) - designing is a social process, one in which different participants, with different competencies, responsibilities and interests must negotiate their claims and individual contributions to the design if the process is to prove fruitful. I will talk about creativity but consider how being creative requires a political/contextual sensitivity as well as the courage to generate and develop novel ideas. I look then at how participants in design translate ideas and product specifications - all words on paper - into hardware that functions in accord with their intentions. I describe the role of scientific understanding, as embodied in instrumental models and simulations, in providing engineers with confidence in their designs. Critical to addressing the value themes set out above is developing some understanding of how engineers view and characterize those for whom they are designing - the users and consumers of their productions. It is necessary as well to consider how well designers do their job. Engineers’ concerns about system quality, robustness, product safety, as well as economy, figure largely in their value systems. The picture I paint of designing is one of imperfection. That is, while participants in design may be very intelligent and competent people and strive to be fully rational in their designing, the process is never so instrumental, complete nor rational to guarantee an optimal design in accord with some stated criteria. This means that engineering values matter: The products and systems that surround us are defined in good measure by the values, norms and beliefs of engineers designing as well as by scientific principle, instrumental method and economic imperative. Thursday, May 18th, 2006 http://www.isepp.org/Pages/05-06%20Pages/Bucciarelli.html
What I Look for When I Hire a Product Manager By Airbnb Product Lead
 
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Product Management event in San Francisco about what Airbnb product lead looks for when she hires product managers. 👉 Subscribe here: http://bit.ly/2xMQLbS 🕊️ Follow us on Twitter: http://bit.ly/2xAQklN 💙 Like us on Facebook for free event tickets: http://bit.ly/2xPfjkh 📷 Check us out on Instagram: http://bit.ly/2eHmfJp Get the presentation slides here: http://bit.ly/2BORsql Find out more about us: http://bit.ly/2CmxSmq 💻 Curious about what companies are looking for when hiring Product Managers? Companies may have different approaches as to what they place more emphasis on. However, there are some fundamental core values & skill sets that are clearly evaluated when talking to prospective candidates. Angeli talked through some core skill sets a Product Manager is evaluated on and how to assess your own skill set to determine company fit. Angeli Jain is the Product Lead for Trust & Safety at Airbnb, which includes responsibility for the following areas: Account Integrity, User Reputation, Content Moderation, Financial Fraud, Offline Risk, Infrastructure & Tools. She was previously at Google, PayPal & Booz Allen Hamilton. She's a Carnegie Mellon University alumni for both undergraduate and graduate school. Chapter 1 0:33 Speaker Background Chapter 2 4:27 What Skillset Do I Look for? Chapter 3 5:32 Vision Chapter 4 9:19 Structured Thinking Chapter 5 24:12 Leadership & Collaboration Chapter 6 29:33 Execution & Accountability Chapter 7 35:13 Finding the Right Fit Chapter 8 37:23 Decision Making Function Chapter 9 39:08 Q & A ABOUT US: We host product management, data and coding events every week in Silicon Valley, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Santa Monica, Orange County and New York. Click here to see what we have coming up: http://bit.ly/2F6Q6Jn Product School is the world’s first tech business school. We offer certified Product Management, Coding, and Data courses; our instructors are real-world managers working at top tech companies such as Google, Facebook, Snapchat, Airbnb, LinkedIn, PayPal, and Netflix. Our classes are part-time, designed to fit into your work schedule, and the campuses are located in Silicon Valley, San Francisco, New York, Orange County and Los Angeles. Product leaders from local top tech companies visit Product School campuses each week. Through lectures, panel discussions, and a variety of other forums, the world’s top product managers visit Product School to provide invaluable real-world insights into critical management issues. If you want to become a product manager in 8 weeks, see our upcoming courses here: http://bit.ly/2CmxSmq 📓 The Product Book has arrived! Learn how to become a great Product Manager. On sale for a limited time. Get your copy here: http://amzn.to/2uJqg9A #ProductManagement #ProductSchool #Upskill #TechEducation #Education #Product #TechStartup #FinTech #Business #ProductManager #ProdMgmt
Design Values
 
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Design in Context Final Project 2014
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Amazon's 14 Leadership Principles via Jeff Bezos
 
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Are you looking for a job? If you're watching this video, you're part of a small percentage of people that care about the values and principles of their employer; this is a well known success factor in employee performance and tenure. However, you're competing with many others that apply in bulk for the same position; so how do you capitalize on your time investment? Be proactive! when applying And during interviews, be sure to let recruiters and hiring managers know that you watched this! --- 1. Customer obsession: start with the customer and work backwards; work vigorously to earn and keep customer trust; pay attention to competitors, but keep obsessing over customers 2. Ownership: think like an owner, long term and don’t sacrifice long-term value for short-term results; act on behalf of the entire company, not just for your own team; never say “that’s not my job" 3. Invent and simplify: expect and require innovation and invention from your team and always find ways to simplify; be externally aware, always look for new ideas from everywhere, and don’t be limited by “not invented here" 4. Leaders are right a lot 1:52 : you have strong judgment and good instincts; you seek diverse perspectives and work to disconfirm your beliefs 5. Frugality 3:50 : accomplish more with less. Constraints breed resourcefulness, self-sufficiency and invention. There are no extra points for growing headcount, budget size or fixed expense 6. Hire and develop the best 5:01 : raise the performance bar with every hire and promotion; recognize exceptional talent, and willingly move them throughout the organization; develop leaders and take seriously your role in coaching others 7. Earn trust 5:05 : listen attentively, speak candidly, and treat others respectfully. Be vocally self-critical, even when doing so is awkward or embarrassing; leaders do not believe their or their team’s body odor smells of perfume; benchmark yourself and your team against the best. 8. Insist on the highest standards 7:42 : you have relentlessly high standards - many may think these standards are unreasonably high; you are continually raising the bar and driving your team to deliver high quality products, services and processes; defects do not get sent down the line and problems are fixed so they stay fixed 9. Bias for action 11:34 : speed matters in business. Many decisions and actions are reversible and do not need extensive study. We value calculated risk taking. 10. Learn and be curious 11:34 : you are never done learning and you always seek to improve; you are curious about new possibilities and act to explore them 11. Have backbone. Disagree and commit 13:26 : respectfully challenge decisions when you disagree, even when doing so is uncomfortable or exhausting; have conviction and be tenacious; do not compromise for the sake of social cohesion; once a decision is determined, commit to it. 12. Dive deep 13:26 : operate at all levels, stay connected to the details, audit frequently, and be skeptical when metrics and anecdote differ. No task is beneath you. 13. Think big 16:04 : thinking small is a self-fulfilling prophecy. Create and communicate a bold direction that inspires results. Think differently and look around corners for ways to serve customers. 14. Deliver results 16:04 : focus on the key inputs for your business and deliver with the right quality and in a timely fashion; despite setbacks, rise to the occasion and never settle
Views: 225910 Dan Croitor
Apple - Perspective
 
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Here's to those who have always seen things differently. http://www.apple.com/?cid=www-us-yt-per
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Why Design Matters
 
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Far from being some sort of luxury or add-on, good design is central to a good society. It changes how we feel and interact. Please subscribe here: http://tinyurl.com/o28mut7 If you like our films take a look at our shop (we ship worldwide): http://www.theschooloflife.com/shop/all/ Brought to you by http://www.theschooloflife.com Produced in collaboration with Mad Adam Films http://www.madadamfilms.co.uk #TheSchoolOfLife
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Pure3D Design Lamp Post - Interactive Product Demo
 
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Pure3D Design is a one-stop shop for clients needing to visualize and promote new products for the Clean Tech Industry. They offer services ranging from concept design through to the digital prototyping stage. This piece shows the internal components of a hypothetical product demonstrating Pure3D Design's sustainable values and clean style. For more information, please visit our website: http://www.catstatic.com
Values of Design – Trailer
 
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At the end of 2017, the V&A will launch its largest international initiative to-date, a new design gallery in Shenzhen, China. The gallery is part of a new cultural hub called Design Society, the result of a pioneering collaboration between China Merchants Shekou and the V&A. The opening V&A exhibition, Values of Design, will explore how we measure the value of design, and how values drive the design process. For more information, please visit: www.vam.ac.uk/shekou
Quick Ideation Sketching in Photoshop Using Black & White Values
 
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What is Agile?
 
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This short cartoon answers the question "What Is Agile?" and will give you the background to understand the Agile principles and values and how they can help you and your team work together more efficiently. If you'd like a free book on this topic, please see below... https://mailchi.mp/326ba47ba2e8/agile-list I've published a book called "Starting Agile" that is designed to help you start your team's Agile journey outright. You can buy a copy from Amazon, but I'm giving free copies away to my subscribers from YouTube. You can signup for a copy at the link above. If you'd like to connect with me on LinkedIn you can find me at the link below. Just send me a message saying hello and that you found me from one of my videos: https://www.linkedin.com/in/markshead
Views: 1018127 Mark Shead
DG616 - Designing for human values in interaction (nighttime)
 
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The initial goal of this assignment was to learn about human values, including my own, and to explore how to incorporate human values in interactive product design. I've managed to create an interaction between Tessa van Doesburg and the lamp. At the end I can say that I'm really pleased with my final design because it helped me to understand human values better.
Views: 19 Freek de Bruijn
DG616 - Designing for human values in interaction
 
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The initial goal of this assignment was to learn about human values, including my own, and to explore how to incorporate human values in interactive product design. I've managed to create an interaction between Tessa van Doesburg and the lamp. At the end I can say that I'm really pleased with my final design because it helped me to understand human values better.
Views: 24 Freek de Bruijn
Decision Tree Tutorial in 7 minutes with Decision Tree Analysis & Decision Tree Example (Basic)
 
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Clicked here http://www.MBAbullshit.com/ and OMG wow! I'm SHOCKED how easy.. No wonder others goin crazy sharing this??? Share it with your other friends too! Fun MBAbullshit.com is filled with easy quick video tutorial reviews on topics for MBA, BBA, and business college students on lots of topics from Finance or Financial Management, Quantitative Analysis, Managerial Economics, Strategic Management, Accounting, and many others. Cut through the bullshit to understand MBA!(Coming soon!) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a5yWr1hr6QY
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CATIA Tutorial - FEA & Optimization (part design, static analysis and product engineering optimizer)
 
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Please subscribe: https://goo.gl/MFqdks CATIA Tutorial - FEA & Optimization (part design, static analysis and product engineering optimizer): 00:20 - Part Design 05:08 - Static Analysis 10:48 - Product Engineering Optimizer The finite element method (FEM), is a numerical method for solving problems of engineering and mathematical physics. Typical problem areas of interest include structural analysis, heat transfer, fluid flow, mass transport, and electromagnetic potential. The analytical solution of these problems generally require the solution to boundary value problems for partial differential equations. The finite element method formulation of the problem results in a system of algebraic equations. The method yields approximate values of the unknowns at discrete number of points over the domain. To solve the problem, it subdivides a large system into smaller, simpler parts that are called finite elements. The simple equations that model these finite elements are then assembled into a larger system of equations that models the entire problem. FEM then uses variational methods from the calculus of variations to approximate a solution by minimizing an associated error function. Studying or analyzing a phenomenon with FEM is often referred to as finite element analysis (FEA). In the simplest case, an optimization problem consists of maximizing or minimizing a real function by systematically choosing input values from within an allowed set and computing the value of the function. The generalization of optimization theory and techniques to other formulations constitutes a large area of applied mathematics. More generally, optimization includes finding "best available" values of some objective function given a defined domain (or input), including a variety of different types of objective functions and different types of domains. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ OTHERS: ►CATIA Tutorial - Oscillating mechanism (simulation, part design, assembly and kinematics design): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9pXOlp64PX0&t=1946s ►CATIA Tutorial - Universal joint (Simulation, part design, drafting, assembly and kinematics design): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hzFaplb4ei8&t=926s ►CATIA Tutorial - Slider crank design and Simulation (part design, assembly and kinematics design): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bi0JdwWPFIQ&t=575s ►CATIA Tutorial - Theo Jansen's leg mechanism (Simulation, part design, assembly, and kinematics design):https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_zSlP1Tc53g ►CATIA Tutorial - Lathe Machining (simulation, part design and lathe strategy): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E_6BXxM-8a0 #CAxTraining #CATIA #CadCae #FEA
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Boundary Value Analysis In Software Testing - Test Design Technique
 
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Value Chain Analysis Explained
 
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Michael Porter's Value Chain Analysis can get complicated; particularly when applying the concept to services businesses. Watch this video for a straightforward 3-step process that can help you enhance your customer's value.
Views: 156364 Soma Datta
Inspiralia 360º New Product Development services
 
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New product development is essential to any business in order to keep up with market trends and changes. Inspiralia is your partner for the entire New Product Development process, from picking the idea, finding the financing & developing the idea into a product and finally launching it to the market.
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Value by Design
 
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Introductie hbo-minor Value by Design, HAS Hogeschool Venlo
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Micro Details: Do Your Employer's Values Matter as a Designer?
 
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Oguzhan asks "When you guys get a job - do you take the company's values into consideration to see if they match your own values?" Clip from episode 20 of the minor details podcast: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7vOmeThJMcg Oguzhan's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/osantoy/ Minor Details Theme by KYOSHY (ᴛʜᴇ ᴋɪᴅ) https://soundcloud.com/yoshikon Our Gear: Neewer NB-35 Black Microphone Suspension Boom: https://amzn.to/2B8TjYj Fifine Metal Condenser Recording Microphone: https://amzn.to/2MkAnKu ————————————————————————————————— Unless specifically stated, there are no paid product endorsements in this video. There may be affiliate links in the description.
The role of leadership in software development
 
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Google Tech Talks May 6, 2008 ABSTRACT When you look around, there are a lot of leaders recommended for software development. We have the functional manager and the project manager, the scrum master and the black belt, the product owner and the customer-on-site, the technical leader and the architect, the product manager and the chief engineer. Clearly that's too many leaders. So how many leaders should there be, what should they do, what shouldn't they do, and what skills do they need? This will be a presentation and discussion of leadership roles in software development -- what works, what doesn't and why. Speaker: Mary Poppendieck Mary Poppendieck started her career as a process control programmer, moved on to manage the IT department of a manufacturing plant, and then ended up in product development, where she was both a product champion and department manager. Mary considered retirement 1998, but instead found herself managing a government software project where she first encountered the word "waterfall." When Mary compared her experience in successful software and product development to the prevailing opinions about how to manage software projects, she decided the time had come for a new paradigm. She wrote the award-winning book Lean Software Development: An Agile Toolkit in 2003 to explain how the lean principles from manufacturing offer a better approach to software development. Over the past six years, Mary has found retirement elusive as she lectures and teaches classes with her husband Tom. Based on their on-going learning, they wrote a second book, Implementing Lean Software Development: From Concept to Cash in 2006. A popular writer and speaker, Mary continues to bring fresh perspectives to the world of software development. Speaker: Tom Poppendieck Tom Poppendieck has 25 years of experience in computing including eight years of work with object technology. His modeling and mentoring skills are rooted in his experience as a physics professor. His early work was in IT infrastructure, product development, and manufacturing support, and evolved to consulting project assignments in healthcare, logistics, mortgage banking, and travel services. Tom led the development of a world-class product data management practice for a major commercial avionics manufacturer that reduced design to production transition efforts from 6 months to 6 weeks. He also led the technical architecture team for very large national and international Baan and SAP implementations. Tom Poppendieck is an enterprise analyst and architect, and an agile process mentor. He focuses on identifying real business value and enabling product teams to realize that value. Tom specializes in understanding customer processes and in effective collaboration of customer, development and support specialists to maximize development efficiency, system flexibility, and business value. Tom is co-author of the book Lean Software Development: An Agile Toolkit, published in 2003, and its sequel, Implementing Lean Software Development: From Concept to Cash, published in 2006.
Views: 87318 GoogleTechTalks
AM 5.3.2.3 Show highest and lowest values in a query Microsoft Access 2003
 
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AM 5.3.2.3 Show highest and lowest values in a query Microsoft Access 2003
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E880 Tina Sharkey CEO Brandless disrupts retail w/ products reflecting consumers' values not brands'
 
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SIGN UP FOR TWIST EPISODES MAILING LIST: http://bit.ly/twistemail E880: Brandless CEO & Co-founder Tina Sharkey (prev., iVillage, AOL) shares how her ecommerce platform eliminates inefficiency, builds community & disrupts retail with products reflecting the values of consumers, not brands; shares insights from early internet, creating a culture of intention, raising $240m from SoftBank Vision Fund & more Follow us on... Twitter: http://twitter.com/twistartups Jason's Twitter: http://twitter.com/jason LAUNCH Twitter: http://twitter.com/launch Instagram: http://instagram.com/twistartups Jason's Instagam: http://instagram.com/jason LAUNCH Instagram: http://instagram.com/jason Connect with Jason on LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/in/jasoncalacanis/ Show notes: 0:46 - Jason introduces Tina Sharkey and her journey to Brandless. 2:22 - Tina discusses the motivation behind Brandless, why there is a distrust with older brands and Brandless’ values 8:35 - Stocking and choosing items at Brandless 11:37 - Jason thanks sponsor Carta. Visit carta.com/twist to receive Carta’s cap table software and a free 409A valuation! 13:48 - Creating a “Brandless Box”, and how and why Brandless bridges content and community 17:37 - Competing with big e-commerce brands like Amazon and Amazon Basics 20:01 - Roadmap for Brandless - subscribe and save and how it will work, how products and packaging will be made environmentally friendly 23:56 - Maintaining a safety and quality integrity in the supply chain the rigorous process to become a Brandless partner 26:19 - Jason thanks sponsor Skillshare. Visit skillshare.com/twist and get two months for just $0.99! 28:30 - The benefits of pop-up shops and the future of retail 34:19 - The importance of community-centred values and kindness at Brandless, and how purpose drives the bottom-line 36:14 - Jason thanks sponsor Four Sigmatic. Visit foursigmatic.com/twist or use discount code “twist” to receive 15% off! 38:32 - The impact of Amazon Prime on consumer behavior, and how it differs from Brandless 45:29 - Questions from listeners: Is Brandless open to partnerships, producers per product, reusable coffee cups 50:05 - Tina gives a tour of the website 53:19 - Tina talks about marketing strategies at Brandless, and shares why D2C is not a channel 56:30 - How Brandless raise money and how that changes running the company, and Brandless image on social media 1:04:41 - The responsibility of the tech industry and it’s connections (Saudi Arabia, Google’s search engine for China)
Views: 2637 This Week In Startups
Generation i - World first Ayurveda Values added Lifestyle Active Wear Brand
 
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Final year project of Prabod Dharshana Munasinghe, student who is doing Fashion Design And Product Development, University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka
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"Design thinking is all about value Innovation" - Kushagra Sinha, CEO, Jiny.io
 
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Kushagra Sinha is the CEO of Jiny.io, a mobile adoption platform for the next billion users by helping them with a virtual assistant while using mobile applications. He explains design thinking in terms of a "value-innovation" model and the necessity of bringing out a product with this value-innovation. As per Kushagra, design thinking adds value to the customer-centered processes and methodologies to understand the user. He feels that startups with limited resources can achieve great things by optimizing solutions to maximum value. About Wadhwani Foundation: Wadhwani Foundation was founded in 2000 by Silicon Valley based entrepreneur and philanthropist, Dr. Romesh Wadhwani with the primary mission of accelerating economic development in emerging economies through large-scale job creation and job fulfilment. The Foundation is present in Asia, Africa and Latin America operating in association with governments, educational institutes, corporates, mentors, and investors. Its Initiatives are driving job creation and jobs fulfilment through entrepreneurship, skills development and innovation. About National Entrepreneurship Network (NEN): National Entrepreneurship Network (NEN) inspires, educates, and supports student entrepreneurs, startups, and SMEs for creating high-value jobs. NEN creates city-based entrepreneurial ecosystems consisting of institutes that teach NEN courses, NEN run or supported accelerators and a network of mentors, investors, service providers supporting startups and SMEs. To know more about Wadhwani Foundation and its initiatives visit: Wadhwani Foundation Website: https://www.wfglobal.org/ National Entrepreneurship Network: https://www.wfnen.org/ Connect with us: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wadhwanifoundation NEN Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NEN Twitter: https://twitter.com/WadhwaniF LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/wadhwani-foundation Google + : https://plus.google.com/u/0/+Wadhwani-foundationOrg
Conjoint Analysis in 10 minutes - Business Performance Management
 
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Conjoint analysis or stated preference analysis is used in many of the social sciences and applied sciences including marketing, product management, and operations research. The presentation explains the principle, using a simple example. It shows, how to calculate the part-worth utilities and how to derive the relative preferences from individual attributes from there. A full factorial and a fractional factorial design is used. An Excel template for this example is available from the author.
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What is Agile Development (Part 1): What is Agile Development?
 
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“What is agile development?” It’s always been surprisingly hard to get a simple answer to this question. There are esoteric and convoluted descriptions of agile all over the web, complete with concentric circles meant to sum it all up into a simple concept, and yet that simple answer eludes us. To be fair, agile development methodology isn’t a simple thing. Sourceseek is a free service that handpicks software developers for your exact project needs. Get started here: https://www.sourceseek.com/get-started/ We’ll start with wikipedia’s agile methodology definition: From Wikipedia: Agile software development is a group of software development methods based on iterative and incremental development, where requirements and solutions evolve through collaboration between self-organizing, cross-functional teams. It promotes adaptive planning, evolutionary development and delivery, a time-boxed iterative approach, and encourages rapid and flexible response to change. It is a conceptual framework that promotes foreseen interactions throughout the development cycle. The first sentence starts by saying that agile development is a software development methodology. A software development methodology is a set of practices and procedures that help a team get organized and build software. It’s not the software itself, it’s the rule-book for organizing the team. That first sentence goes on to describe an iterative and incremental development approach. This is a key concept, and if you only take away one thing about agile this is the one to take away. In agile, we do iterations (circles) where we plan, execute, then review the results so that we can refine the plan and start all over again. We love change, and we want as many iterations and feedback loops as possible during the project. At the end of that first sentence, wikipedia describes collaboration: This really just means that we emphasize partnership and collaboration, with each member of the team serving a specific role but everyone expected to be flexible and to work together. In agile, we love teamwork. The second sentence brings in the concepts of adaptive planning, evolutionary development and delivery, a time-boxed iterative approach, and rapid and flexible response to change. In this part of the definition, we see how it all comes together! I interpret this sentence like this: ● We are adaptive. We don’t plan it all at the beginning and then stop planning. We do iterations and we are adjusting the plan all the time. This is why agile is so good for product development, we change and improve as we learn. ● We love evolutionary development. This is essentially the same thing, we learn as we go and we adjust, refine, improve... ● Time-boxing. This basically means that we manage our project using set blocks of time, like days or weeks, and we try to get as much done in those time-boxes as possible. This is the reverse of managing features. We consider what features we can build next week rather than looking at a list of features and asking how long it will take to build them. ● Rapid and flexible response to change: this is critical, and along with ‘iterations’ is the core answer to the question ‘what is agile development?’. We move fast, we are flexible, and we are truly ‘agile’! This is our mantra - fast and flexible - say it again and again!! What is agile development? ● Agile is a way of managing software projects. ● Agile is iterative, and goes in repeated cycles instead of in a long list of steps.. ● Agile is super collaborative and team-oriented. ● Agile is adaptive, constantly changing and refining plans, and moves fast! In almost every project, the client has a harder time expressing what they want at the beginning, and it gets gradually clearer towards the end. The can be a frustrating experience as mid-project changes are pretty disruptive. Let’s try it in agile. 1) Client hires developers by the hour, day, or week. 2) Client describes what they want to the developers 3) Developers start making designs and programming the theme based on what they client thinks they want. 4) Developers show their progress to the client constantly, even every day, to make sure they are on track. 5) The client makes frequent changes and tweaks, always refining the plan and improving the result. The developer also has input and suggestions. 6) The team keeps going until the project is done.. It all sounds very good, and it can be, but the reality is that the agile development methodology requires a solid team of smart people who know what they are doing or it can be a train wreck. It also requires that the entire team (client included) be committed to an honest, forthcoming approach that emphasizes success for the client. SourceSeek is free for clients; we find you the best teams and the perfect match. It's that simple. SUBSCRIBE NOW FOR MORE OUTSOURCING VIDEO TIPS AND NEWS! https://www.youtube.com/subscription_...
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Future by Design (2006) Official Full Movie
 
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www.thevenusproject.com A film by William Gazecki 2006. Original Score by Diane Louie. The Venus Project proposes an alternative vision of what the future can be if we apply what we already know in order to achieve a sustainable new world civilization. It calls for a straightforward redesign of our culture in which the age-old inadequacies of war, poverty, hunger, debt and unnecessary human suffering are viewed not only as avoidable but as totally unacceptable. Anything less will result in a continuation of the same catalog of problems inherent in today's world. Learn more at http://www.thevenusproject.com Order a double DVD Special edition of Future by Design, with interviews, outtakes and more of Fresco's designs: https://www.thevenusproject.com/product/future-by-design-2-dvd-set/
Views: 84376 The Venus Project
Shared Values: EOOS.
 
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Shared Values. In autumn 2016 Walter Knoll is presenting a range of new products – with the conference table Conference-X and the Leadchair Management, two further highlights in the well established collaboration with the Vienna-based design studio EOOS. But how does an idea become a well-thought-out and innovative product? That is something that is only possible when developers, designers and producers work together at the highest level – and know-how, experience and ambition join forces. A film about a very special collaboration.
Views: 616 Walter Knoll

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