Digital Product Lab

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This minor is only available for HBO-ICT, Communication & Multimedia Design and exchange students.

You have to pre-register to participate in this minor. Places for minors that have pre-registration with a waiting list are awarded based on a draw. Pay attention to the deadlines of the draw. Read more about the deadlines on the page Deadlines pre-registration minors.

During the minor Digital Product Lab students are going to work in multidisciplinary teams to develop and market a digital / ICT related product. Students will work in a team and based on the agile principles of product development. 

During this minor students will be supported by their coach and there will be given additional workshops on ICT and CMD related topics. The second component that students will get to know is the business component. Questions like 'what is your market?' and 'who is your target group?' will be answered during workshops and coaching.

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​Product - Prototype 

During this course you are going to work in multidisciplinary teams to develop a digital / ICT related product. You will work in a team based on the agile principles of product development. You will be working on innovative solutions for real-life problems and opportunities based on new technologies. You can choose from a range of existing projects or bring your own project (criteria will apply). The goal of this course is to develop a prototype product according to production specifications determined, and lays the foundation for the minimal viable product the you will develop in the second half of the minor. During this course you will practice to: 

  • Perform a requirements analyses based on stakeholder interviews and deskresearch
  • Develop a prototype product so it can be tested with the end user.
  • Validate if the prototype solves the problem or seizes the opportunity.

Credits 

10

Business 

This course is designed to provide you with understanding of identifying and creating business opportunities in complex environments under conditions of uncertainty and apply this knowledge based on a self-chosen case in the form of a startup team. In this course you will develop your entrepreneurial attitude, increase your business knowledge and skills, learn to work in multidisciplinary teams and develop relations external stakeholders.

Credits 


Deepening 

During this course you are going to work in a multidisciplinary team. Within this team each member has his/ her specific role. In this course you'll develop yourself to fulfill this role to the best of your abilities. In order to do this, you'll specialize yourself based on research. You'll write a thorough methode of approach and execute this to the best of your abilities. At the end you'll reflect on your progress and the process. The goal of this course is to develop your personal skill for a specific role within a multidisciplinary team (e.g. developer, designer, project manager). During this course you will practice to: 

  • Conduct research into the specific role 
  • Write a methode of approach 
  • Define you added value within a multidisciplinary team 
  • Reflect on your progress and the process.

Credits 


Product - Minimal Viable Product 

During this course you are going to work in multidisciplinary teams to develop and market a digital / ICT related product. You will work in a team based on the agile principles of product development. You will take the prototype you've developed in the first half of the minor to the next level by developing a Minimal Viable Product (MVP) that actually works and is created with suiting technologies. As a professional individual you will provide your team the needed hours and effort to complete the development of the MVP. This means in most cases you will put in lots of hours to develop the needed assets and code. The goal of this course is to develop a MVP that is ready to be tested by the market. In order to achieve this it is important to evaluate the MVP multiple time during the development process. In a final demonstration you will showcase the actual working product, but also an insight on your production process. During this course you will: 

  • Develop a Minimal Viable Product (MVP) that is ready to be tested by the market 
  • Evaluate the MVP with the market

Credits 

10

Practial information 

Available for

HBO-ICT and CMD students


Corné Kox 

(050) 696 2924

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