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Experimentation is the new way of working, and it’s a great way to learn what works and what doesn’t. However, you want to make sure that when it comes to software, you do this experimenting before you start developing your product. Let’s face it building software is not cheap, so you want to ensure you’re developing the right solution. A solution which should be making money and not costing you.

In this lunch and learn we will be sharing with you:

  • What exactly a product discovery is
  • The value of performing one
  • The tools you can use to get started

You wouldn’t build a house without a blueprint so why create a product without a discovery.

Targeted Audience:

UX designers, startups, product managers and generally anyone who wants to learn more about the process of how to figure out if it makes sense to move your product ideas to the build phase without investing too much money.

FREE for Haltech and other RIC Clients, and RedBit clients. Please contact communications@haltech.ca

About your Presenters

Hazel van der Werken, Customer Success Manager, RedBit

With over 20 years experience of working as the bridge between technology teams and clients, I can truly say that there are three key components to the success of any product implementation; 1. Listening and the art of translating needs­­­­ 2. Transparency 3. The ability to say no and yes at the right time oh and if I can throw in a 4th having lots and lots of stickies to keep those ideas flowing!

Kerlea Joseph, Product Designer, RedBit

As a product designer, I aspire to make products that are beautiful, intuitive and engaging. I want to make products that not only improve life but create little moments of joy for the user.