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Combined with the power of design thinking, these extensively researched best practices from some of the world's best design teams will help you nail the fundamentals of product design and do great work. 

This book includes: 

  • Learn what the best teams know - that customer research is the base of successful products and companies 
  • How product stories, journey maps, storyboards, and personas can build empathy and understanding 
  • Hear how sketching helps designers and stakeholders find solutions together without getting lost in details 
  • How design reviews, retrospectives, standups, and more can help create a culture of feedback 
  • Using prototypes to collect feedback and make tweaks before development 
  • Improve your process by bridging gaps between design, engineering, and product 
  • Stepping away from your work to build partnerships will transform your design process
©2019 Aarron Walter (P)2019 Aarron Walter

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loved all the insight on design and sketch related info. i will keep this book for future reference.Thank you

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Basic knowledge on Product Development

Covers basic approach to product development, with heavy focus on software products vs. physical products.