Product Development

Seattle Autumn 2012 Semester

How do you get from an idea to an offering? What are strategies to identify and prioritize features? How do you take a product definition and turn it into a development plan? What should comprise a minimum viable product? What are effective strategies to build your first offering? What are common mistakes that you should avoid when planning and building an offering?

Goal:
Plan and start building your offering.

Date:
2012-11-27, 06:30 PM

Mentors


8.10
Matt Shobe
Design Advisor, BigDoor

Matt Shobe is a Design Advisor with BigDoor, a Seattle startup that powers gamified loyalty programs for web content providers. Matt was a co-founder of FeedBurner, a Chicago-based company that provides media distribution and audience engagement services for blogs and RSS...

7.05
Roy Leban
Founder & CEO

Roy is Founder and CEO of Puzzazz, which is building the future of puzzles and puzzle games for the digital world, with a goal of making sure that every solver has fun and gets challenged through high-quality puzzles and a great solving experience. A serial entrepreneur, ...

9.26
Justin Wilcox
CTO, Nimbus Health

Justin Wilcox started his first company at the age of 10, and hasn’t been able to stop. Graduating from Cal Poly’s Computer Science program, Justin worked at Microsoft for five years before leaving to start Nimbus Health – an electronic medical record company. In addition...

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