Join Randall Elliott for an in-depth discussion in this video About this course, part of Design Thinking: Prototyping.
- We're trying something new in this course to make it more collaborative. We've integrated LinkedIn groups to the course, and I'll be suggesting opportunities for you to share what you're learning. To participate in these conversations, you'll need to be a LinkedIn member. If you're not already, it's free and easy to sign up. Just go to LinkedIn.com and click Sign Up. Then type this URL in your browser and click Join Group. Then you should receive an acceptance email from LinkedIn for this group, and you'll be able to participate in course-related discussions through your web browser at linkedin.com/groups or via the LinkedIn Groups app, which is available for most smartphones.
Like a prototype, using LinkedIn Groups is an experiment for us to learn how a course community could support how you learn and put these ideas into practice. Since this is a beta experiment, there are some things that will work well and some things that may not. One thing I do know is that in general, this experience will work best on your desktop or laptop. As we go along, I love feedback on the course content and the community, so please share your thoughts with me. Thanks for taking part in this course and joining the beta conversations.
- The four categories of prototyping
- Choosing the right approach
- Deciding what to prototype
- Generating ideas rapidly
- Documenting and conveying
- Using simulations
- Creating objects
- Making a prototype