Intro to Product Development

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Watch the video to see what this course is all about, and scroll down to “Curriculum” to view the over 50 lessons.

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What are the requirements?

  • This course is for everyone, not just creative people or business people.
  • You will need a desire to make your idea a reality.
  • This is a comprehensive course on how to launch into product development, and you should plan on taking notes and studying the material.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Over 50 lectures!
  • Learn how to go from idea all the way through to market.
  • You will learn about design, patents, intellectual property, marketing, ad even logistics.

Who is the target audience?

  • You – the inventor who wants to take your invention and make it a reality.
  • You – the idea person, the innovator, who wants to take their idea and make it real.
  • If you don’t know where to begin in product development, then take this course.
  • If you’re not willing to make the effort of studying, and applying the lessons, the course is not for you.

Intro to Product Development
Curriculum

  • Section 1: Anyone with an idea can bring a product to market
    • Lecture 1 – You have a brilliant idea…now what?   preview

    • Lecture 2 – Steps to take to determine if your idea is good
    • Lecture 3 – Write it down, sketch it out
    • Lecture 4 – There are resources to raise the funds
    • Lecture 5 – Every needed skill can be shopped out
    • Lecture 6 – If you don’t have the stomach for it, you can still get your idea out there
    • Lecture 7 – This is about bootstrapping
    • Lecture 8 – Every step of the process can be tested before moving on
    • Lecture 9 – Kickstarter and Indiegogo are free market analysis
    • Lecture 10 – 3d printing has changed everything
    • Lecture 11 – You need a well developed plan, but the plan must be malleable
    • Lecture 12 – Development speed and speed to market are key
    • Lecture 13 – Be prepared for “The Dip” or don’t even go past the cocktail napkin stage
    • Lecture 14 – P-R-O-F-E-S-S-I-O-N-A-L   preview
  • Section 2: Git ‘er done!
    • Lecture 15 – Ideas have no value, Part 1
    • Lecture 16 – Ideas have no value, Part 2
    • Lecture 17 – Ideas have no value, Part 3
    • Lecture 18 – R&D
    • Lecture 19 – Never, EVER go to an “Invention” company
    • Lecture 20 – Is there a market?
    • Lecture 21 – Test marketing?
    • Lecture 22 – On location
    • Lecture 23 – Is it possible to make?
    • Lecture 24 – Is it cheap enough to make?
    • Lecture 25 – China or not China.
    • Lecture 26 – How to find a factory.
    • Lecture 27 – Design
    • Lecture 28 – How to find a 3d designer
    • Lecture 29 – Design firm or freelancer
    • Lecture 30 – CAD
    • Lecture 31 – Using your home computer and printer
    • Lecture 32 – Electronics development
    • Lecture 33 – Dealing with Engineers
    • Lecture 34 – Prototyping techniques
    • Lecture 35 – The importance of prototyping with mass production in mind
    • Lecture 36 – Hiring an intermediary
    • Lecture 37 – Building your social marketing juggernaut
    • Lecture 38 – Building your Website
    • Lecture 39 – Your Crowdfunding page
    • Lecture 40 – Your Pre-launch crowdfunding page
    • Lecture 41 – Patents: Pros, cons, co$t$, infringement.
  • Section 3: The rubber hits the road
    • Lecture 42 – Manufacturing is where the money is to be made!
    • Lecture 43 – Your life on product development
    • Lecture 44 – Project triangle – good, cheap, fast – pick two
    • Lecture 45 – Life triangle – time, money – pick one
    • Lecture 46 – This is not a hobby
    • Lecture 47 – How are orders taken?
    • Lecture 48 – Where is the product stored?
    • Lecture 49 – Who handles order fulfillment?
    • Lecture 50 – Will this be sold retail?
  • Section 4: You can do this!
    • Lecture 51 – It’s a lot of hard work, but it can be done
    • Lecture 52 – Get started now – here’s how

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