Design and Mission Statement - Lesson Summary
The three phases in the Microsoft product development process are: planning, coding and stabilization.
The process of starting with an existing product in the marketplace and redesigning it for some perceived market defect or envisioned evolution is known as reverse engineering.
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator is a simple measurement indicator of how people behave and contribute in a work environment.
Task clarification sets the foundation for solving a design task, where the foundation is continually revisited to find weak points and to seek structural integrity of a design team approach.
A Mission Statement conveys an exciting vision of the new product to be developed and the project goals to the entire team.
The implicit expectations and desires of a backpack are different to those of a travel bag.
The four steps to take when seeking to Understand the Opportunities available during product development are: Develop a vision, Market opportunity analysis, Customer need analysis, and Competitive analysis.