functional requirements of a potential solution l To understand customers and their needs l You may make it with paper 2: Darkhorse Prototype l To restart your approach and pursue a different direction l For experiments with high-risk solutions 1 2 Prototype milestones B. Schindlholzer, et al., IJSSMET, pp. 25-41, 2011.
the different prototype l To reflect the customers feedback to ensure the vision meets their requirements 4: Functional Prototype l To converge to the final solution that will be delivered at the end of the project l Functions should be carefully selected from the previous stage 3 4 Prototype milestones B. Schindlholzer, et al., IJSSMET, pp. 25-41, 2011.
feature of the final solution 6: Final Prototype l Final prototype consists of several previous ones that are integrated into a coherent concept 5 6 Prototype milestones B. Schindlholzer, et al., IJSSMET, pp. 25-41, 2011.
STEP II Improve a bag or add a new function on a bag. Based on the resources that are available (paper, pens, materials etc.), prototype the improved bag. 5 min for rough sketch & writing down specifications 10 min for prototyping!
Design a novel stationary we have never seen. Based on the resources that are available (paper, pens, materials etc.), prototype the stationary designed by you. 7 min for rough sketch & writing down specifications 12 min for prototyping!
thing. Software-only or Service-only is not allowed. l One idea can cost 1,000 yen at most for low-fi prototyping. (Use can use anything in this room for free) l You have to make all by yourselves. (DO NOT outsource) l Only use technologies available now. (DO NOT use Si-Fi technologies)
team has selected. l Be creative! l Share the prototypes with everyone (from 14:50) *3 min for presentation (Introduce your prototype, POV, HMW, product sketch, and storyboard) * POV, HMW, product sketch, storyboard Prototype your solutions
to the today’s feedback. Then, make a prototype by yourself! l Complete the EDP concept sheets* (POV, HMW, Product sketch, Storyboard) and upload them together with the photo of your prototype to slack #homework-20180512 *you can find them @ https://titech-edp.github.io/toolkit/ l Don’t forget to bring materials for refining the prototype of your team in the next lecture!
two notes) l Write down your name (id) and dept/comp. l Write about today (Japanese is OK) : • Keep (Good thing) • Problem (Bad thing) • Try (Improvement, Proposal) lTake a photo of all of the team member's reflections. lPost the photo to Slack #realtime-20180512. -1/ (/3 213 )//3 2 /1