Workshop: Prototyping and Minimum Viable Product
April 14 @ 15:00 - 18:00
Prototyping your startup idea is crucial because it enables you to collect feedback as early as possible. There are so many ways of prototyping and it’s essential for startup success. In today’s digital world, prototypes are easy to build and quick to test.
In this workshop you will see a variety of tools and toolkits you can use to develop your prototype. We will take a look at low-code solutions. On the other hand we will discuss ways to reduce your workload and save time and money with a clear prototyping focus.
You will also get to know methods and tools for startups to constantly build prototypes, learn from user feedback und see prototyping as a philosophy. You do not need to be a programmer to attend this workshop.
As a corporate innovator / intrapreneur, you will find a list of prototyping tools for your next innovation project. As a founder, you will learn how to prototype your startup idea and business model.
In this workshop, you will be using:
- Requirements Mapping
- Prototyping tools
You will learn:
- Basics of requirements engineering
- What a Minimum Viable Product is
- Growth and prototyping strategies
- Overview of prototyping tools and toolkits
About your Coach
The facilitator of this educational event will be Christian. He is an experienced trainer and startup coach, specialised in Lean Startup and digital tools. He is working in entrepreneurship education at Berlin School of Economics and Law. You can contact him via christian.klang[at]hwr-berlin.de.
You can take part in this online event from the comfort of your home on your computer or tablet. All you need is an up-to-date browser, an internet connection and speakers or headphones. You will receive the access link for this webinar by e-mail on the day before the event.
To enable productive discussions and breakout groups, the number of participants is limited to around 20.