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From the Idea to the Product: How to define a Digital Product

OneCoWork Catedral | Avinguda de la Catedral 6-8, Meeting Rooms D + E
Jan 23, 2020
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Join Miranda and Luis in learning how to take your idea and turn it into a product. Together we'll learn different techniques to add more value without needing to overpopulate digital products with features and "cool" functions. Perfect for CTOs, CPOs, Product Owners, etc. involved in the development of web and mobile apps.

About the event

Having an incredible idea is just 1% of the work. In this workshop, we will get our hands dirty applying the key concepts to effectively create a great technological product (MVP) from just an idea.

We will work in teams on how to move from an idea to a product.

We will learn to do a brainstorming to define the functionalities of the product.

The goal is to define a product using the principles of YAGNI, KISS, DRY.

Once having the key features of your product, why start developing when you can prototype and test? In this workshop, we will get our hands dirty applying the key concepts of prototyping to test and validate our digital product in a cost/time effective way.

About Miranda Luis & Eduard Barroso

We are serial entrepreneurs who have been involved in the creation of +100 digital products so far. We are currently partners at LambdaLoopers a tech partner for companies and corporations that want to foster their innovation through digital products.

Join us!

When:  January 23rd 2020, 19:00-20:30

Where: OneCoWork Catedral, Meeting Rooms D + E

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