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Product Design Process: Product Design Saved My Hair

Nairobi
Sat, Dec 10, 5:00 PM (EAT)

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Navigating a world of intersectional design and empathy, What, exactly, is the problem we want to solve? Why do we want to solve it? You might be asking yourself: “Is hair really that hard?” Well, it depends. Things like genetics, environment and fundamental hair structure are large contributing factors. Come let us explore together and bring your team members. Get your ticket!

About this event

It starts with Understanding the Problem, in which we wrap our heads around the context within which we will be solving. We create a set of hypotheses on what we think the problems might be, and why. This would be a good place to do research as well.

We will start by reviewing each step of the product design process. As we move through the process, we work towards answering questions designed to build iteratively a larger field of understanding.

  • Understand and define the problem: What, exactly, is the problem we want to solve? Why do we want to solve it?
  • Outline desired outcomes: What does success look like? How do we measure it?
  • Gather solution-centered data: How have other people in similar situations solved similar problems?
  • Create hypothesis-centered solutions: What solutions do we believe will address the problem? What effects do we expect them to have? Why?
  • Implement, iterate, and simplify: Are our proposed solutions having the desired effects?
  • Identify areas for improvement: In what areas can we get better?

Target Audience:

  • Team Leads
  • Product Managers
  • Product owners
  • Innovators
  • Designers
  • Founders
  • Entrepreneurs

Key Benefits:

  • Exclusive Knowledge
  • Networking
  • Swag
  • Member discounts

Agenda:

  • Introduction
  • Community news and updates
  • Product Design Process: Product Design Saved My Hair
  • Networking

We have over 4000 members and we meet regularly to encourage better use of Atlassian tools among current or prospective users. Our events typically offer several team talks, hands-on workshops, Hackathon, free food/drink, and networking opportunities with 80-200 attendees.

Like an attendee at one of our events, you can expect to:

  • Share and learn Atlassian product knowledge, best practices, and case studies.
  • Provide valuable user input to Atlassian so that they can keep making great products for us to use.
  • Network and build a support system with fellow Atlassian product users.

Atlassian Community Nairobi is an award-winning community:

  • SET THE STANDARD 2022
  • SET THE STANDARD 2018
  • MOST ACTIVE in EMEA 2017
  • Global MASTER OF CONVERSION WINNER 2017

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Speaker

  • Michael Kimathi

    Michael Kimathi

    Impact Masters & Africa's Talking

    Consulting Entrepreneur & Developer Relations Community

    He connects people to solutions that empower them to realize their highest potential and as a result, this has produced professionals and scalable businesses. In his free time, you will find him leading the developer community. His name is Michael Kimathi and this is his life purpose. Entrepreneur in Music and Technology. Driven by the purpose and love of people. Experienced Leader, Founder, a…

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Moderator

  • Michael Kimathi

    Michael Kimathi

    Impact Masters & Africa's Talking

    Consulting Entrepreneur & Developer Relations Community

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When

Saturday, Dec 10
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM (EAT)

Where

iHub, 6th Floor, Senteu Plaza
Galana/Lenana Road Junction Nairobi, Kenya00505

Group Leader

  • Michael Kimathi

    Michael Kimathi

    Impact Masters and Africa's Talking

    Atlassian Community Leader

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