Netherlands, Utrecht

Product Development & Innovation with Agile Prototyping

when 16 July 2018 - 20 July 2018
language English
duration 1 week
credits 2 ECTS
fee EUR 950

Prototyping is an important part of product development. A prototype gives the developers and the client the actual feel of a product. The road to a prototype is usually one of discussing, planning, drawing and finally prototyping. When the prototype malfunctions or has imperfections time and money is spent without result. With Agile Prototyping we take you through a short-cyclic trial-and-error make process to get from idea to a fully functional prototype in a shorter time with less costs and less risks. Agile Prototyping is a philosophy that urges you to think with your hands, not with your head.

In the InnovationLab Agile Prototyping module you will go through the phases of early stage prototyping from a challenge to a functional prototype. Agile prototyping is not something you can learn by reading a textbook. Therefore, in this module we learn by doing and explore different perspectives. At the start of this journey you will specify the question at hand (or the question behind the question) using Design Thinking. During the phases of Agile prototyping we will provide you ‘just-in-time’ with the required theory and insights around Agile prototyping. You will learn to use different machines like the 3D printer, waterjetting, cnc and the basics of Arduino, PCB programming 2D and 3D design.
In this learning-by-doing Innovation lab, you are invited to integrate your existing knowledge with new insights. You will be challenged to stop overthinking the challenge at hand and use both your left and right brain to work towards a fully functional prototype. And above all: we hope to have lots of fun together by exploring the boundaries of Agile Prototyping!

Course leader

Mark Tammer

Credits info

2 ECTS
Certificate of Attendance

Fee info

EUR 950: Course + course materials + lunch
EUR 200: Housing

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