Prototype And Test In Design Thinking Workshop

Study phase: 
Bachelor, Master, Premaster
Study method: 
Group
Time investment: 
One session
Language: 
English
Costs: 
Free of charge

Nothing is perfect at first. This is why it often helps to start with a draft version, which you can keep improving with new input and ideas. What may sound like writing your thesis, is what prototyping does for any product, service, or system in development. 

A prototype captures the key functionality of a product, service, or system. Prototypes come in different shapes and forms, some are more technical than others, but in general, the leaner the prototype the better. Making a prototype early-on, showing it to relevant people and collecting feedback from them is something that can be useful in various contexts to help you improve what you are making.

In this 1.5-hour workshop, we will take you through the basic principles of prototyping, explain different types and uses of prototypes, and importantly, you’ll get to practice how to make a simple prototype yourself (how fun!). Additional plus: discover the university's own makerspace, called Lili's Proto Lab, where this workshop is hosted! 

For whom?

Any UU-student interested to learn more! There’s no prior knowledge or preparation necessary. The workshop is free of charge, but we do expect you to show up and participate once you’ve registered. The language of the workshop is English, unless there are only Dutch-speaking participants present.

The UU Centre for Entrepreneurship organizes workshops around skills that are valuable in any situation that requires ideas to be put into action - whether you're interested in entrepreneurship or just looking for personal or professional development.

Prototype And Test In Design Thinking: 31 May 10:30 to 12:30
Other workshops in this category