Faster and smarter, thanks to prototyping.

Course structure

The basics of prototyping are easy to understand. But you have to grasp its full meaning in order to uncover its full potential.

The preliminary round will already show how clear, or unclear, your ideas are to everyone else. After a brief opportunity for input and a few examples of prototypes, each participant will build their own prototype (this also works well online) which is subsequently tested, reflected upon, and tested again. We then proceed to a discussion round—including questions—and a final reflection period to make sure the experience can transfer to your everyday practice.

Hampe Wyss

Inventor & Trainer

"Mixing your cocktail at the Skills Bar".

Interested in this training?

We're looking forward to welcoming you to our Prototyping training – or perhaps building parts of this module into a customised training for your team.