Product development 101

Be it a smartphone, a sneaker, or software, most new products are created in a fairly standardized manner. In this course, you’ll learn the fundamentals of the product development process and discover great resources to dive deeper into the subject.

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   Teacher: Jeff Brunski


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  “A great introduction to Product Development. My favorite aspect of the course was the fact that there was a concrete insight into the stages of the process rather than abstract one.”

  “Great course to get started.”

  “Nice overview of a rather intricate process that will guide you right from the inception when you come up with a breakthrough idea to the conclusion when you release an awesome product to bring your aspirations to live.”


Course plan

Lesson 1. What Is Product Development, Anyway?
Lesson 2. Who Are the People Who Work in Product Development?
Lesson 3. Identifying Opportunities
Lesson 4. Generating Product Ideas
Lesson 5. Selecting Your Product Idea
Lesson 6. The Product Spec
Lesson 7. Prototyping
Lesson 8. Refining the Product
Lesson 9. Launching
Lesson 10. Product Development Methodologies and Conclusion
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  • Format
    One lesson delivered via email daily
  • Duration
    10 days
  • Time
    5 minutes reading a day

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