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EXACTLY how I do market research for new products
 
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It’s an entrepreneur’s worst nightmare: getting obsessed with the “perfect” business idea, painstakingly creating the perfect product… only to launch to the sound of crickets. Avoid dead ends and wasted money by doing market research up front. In this video, take a peek over GrowthLab CEO Ramit Sethi’s shoulder as he researches a potential business market using Reddit, Buzzfeed, Google, and our Demand Matrix framework. It’s a 30-minute master class to making sure you get the EXACT language and target the EXACT person for your business — exactly how we do it here at GrowthLab and IWT. Covered: 0:43 - The business idea we are researching (from https://youtu.be/E4uy6111PzA) 1:15 - The Demand Matrix framework, and how to use it to find the right idea 4:34 - How to know where to put your idea on the framework 5:40 - Refining your idea using immersion research 11:25 - Using Amazon reviews, especially the 3-star ones 19:00 - Using Reddit and Quora to source the hopes and dreams of your audience, make sure to weed out the lies though! 24:25 - What to do when you see a recurring theme in your research 25:23 - Talk to real people! — Visit http://GrowthLab.com for weekly insights on how to start and grow your online business. Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/GrowthLab
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How To Do UX User Research
 
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How do you do user research and what is the user research process? In this UX tutorial I will show you! ____ IF YOU LIKE MY CHANNEL, HERE ARE SOME NEXT STEPS... 1) FREE EBOOK: "How to start a career in UX" https://bit.ly/2xuYDDE 2) FREE PORTFOLIO REVIEW: Get my thoughts on your portfolio... https://bit.ly/2KuhpxM ____ VIDEO NOTES: Within a HCD (Human Centered Design) research process, there are essentially 3 types of research you can conduct: 1 - Background Research 2 - Usability Testing 3 - ROI research 1 - Background Research This is the type of research you use to discover more about your target audience or users of a product. The research you conduct here is used to gain insight into your users and their needs to discover if what you are designing or intending to design is relevant and suitable for them. Normally consists of: - Surveys (quantitative data) - Interviews (qualitative data) - Questionnaires (qualitative data) 2 - Usability Testing This type of research is used to assess whether what we are creating provides an enjoyable and easy to use experience for our users. Usability tests are often conducted on what we are currently designing or building, but they can also be used to test the usability of something that already exists - like an existing website. Normally consists of: - Low fi wireframes and prototypes (sketches, static visuals) - High fi wireframes and prototypes (task analysis) - Live website testing (task analysis) - Accessibility testing 3 - ROI Research This type of research is used to demonstrate the ROI (Return on Investment) that UX research has made to a particular product. In organisations or on projects where budgets are limited or attitudes aren’t favourable to UX, it’s often important to show the difference user research can make, rather than explaining it. Normally consists of: - A/B testing - Analytics (quantitative data) Process & Timeline Now let’s see how the 3 types of research come together to form the research process. The 3 stages of research can be followed sequentially and then repeated in an iterative way. So, once you have completed the process once, you can then go back to the beginning and repeat it as many times as you want to continue gathering more insight and improving the product continuously. Alternatively, depending on the unique needs and requirements of a project, you may be constrained to start at one of the later research stages. For example, you might join a company that has just shipped the first MVP version of their product and needs to understand users usage patterns and analytic data before deciding what to next. Here it would make sense to start A/B testing the existing product and reviewing their analytics, rather than conducting background research into their audience. ____ Check out my social for more UX tips: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/robertsmith.co/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/robertsmith_co
Views: 8307 Robert Smith
Product Development Stages in Hindi | New product development stages | Marketing Management | ppt
 
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#YouTubeTaughtMe After watching this video you will get to know what exactly is the PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT STAGE and what are the steps involved in it : - idea generation - idea screening - concept testing - business analysis - product development - test marketing - commercialization Check out my BLOG : http://www.pptwalablog.blogspot.in Reference books for Production and operations management: 1. Production and Operations Management by S. Chary (Author) - https://amzn.to/2qheyi5 *** BEST ONE *** 2. Production and Operations Management by Panneerselvam (Author) - https://amzn.to/2GL3rJ5 3. Modern Production / Operations Management 8ed - by Buffa (Author) Sarin (Author) - https://amzn.to/2uWe2LV 4. Production and Operations Management by Kanishka Bedi (Author) - https://amzn.to/2qfbQKK IF ANYONE INTERESTING IN JOINING MY TEAM IN MAKING PPTs, HE/SHE CAN JOIN MY TEAM MY NUMBER IS 9716663769 (WhatsApp only). ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- TAGS: new product development process stages and successes BBA/MBA/BCOM product design and development stages product planning and development stages stages in product development and manufacturing product design and development stages pdf stages of a product development process product development process best practices product development process business analysis product development process business product development process benefits product development cycle chart product development process commercialization product development cycle stages new product development process case study new product development process checklist product development process flowchart product development process definition product development process diagram product development process design product development life cycle definition new product development process definition r&d product development cycle product development process examples product development cycle examples product development process explanation new product development stages example product development process steps example new product development process example pdf product development life cycle examples product development process flow product development stages idea generation new product development stages in marketing new product development stages idea generation product development and its stages product development life cycle ppt product development life cycle pdf product development lifecycle process product development process model product development cycle model product development process meaning product development process management product development process new product new product development stages pdf new product development stages ppt product development process of apparel product development process of food stages of product development process stages of product development cycle five stages of product development process example of product development process definition of product development process importance of product development process types of product development processes flowchart of product development process diagram of product development process ppt of product development process product development process pdf product development cycle pdf product development cycle ppt product development process quotes product development process questions product development quality process product development process risks product development process research new product development process report product development process slideshare product development process software product development process step new product development seven stages product development process for service product development process template product development process tools product development process types new product development process test marketing new product development process uk product development process with example product development process with diagram product development life cycle with diagram new product development steps with example product development process youtube 4 product development stages 4 stages of new product development product development process 5 steps food product development stage 5 5 stages of product development process product development 6 steps food product development stage 6 new product development 6 stages 6 product development process iphone 6 product development process product development 7 steps 7 product development process 7 stages of food product development product development 8 stages product development process 8 steps 8 stages of product development process 8 product development process 8 step product development process 8 stages of product development pdf 8 stages of new product development pdf 9 product development stages 9 stages of new product development
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Design & Technology NEA: Product Analysis
 
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This video explains how and why we as designers, might analyse products.
Views: 734 Bridge Academy D&T
How To Write A UX Case Study
 
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How do you write a successful UX case study and what elements make up an effective UX case study? In this video I explain... ____ IF YOU LIKE MY CHANNEL, HERE ARE SOME NEXT STEPS... 1) FREE EBOOK: "How to start a career in UX" https://bit.ly/2xuYDDE 2) FREE PORTFOLIO REVIEW: Get my thoughts on your portfolio... https://bit.ly/2KuhpxM ____ 1 - Planning Before you start to think about the design or format, write the case study out as a word document. This will help you focus on the story you want to tell, without being distracted by the other details - formatting, design, imagery etc Create a rough template for your case studies to follow, this will help give them a consistency. Think of the template much like you would a story, with a beginning, a middle and an end. This might include: - Beginning: Providing the background of the project - Middle: Process (your approach, challenges, solutions) - The end: What was the end result? 2 - Context An effective case study let’s the reader know from the very beginning the context of the project. Giving context allows allows the reader the get a general picture of the project without having to read the entire case study. -What was the product or service being created? (project) -Who was it for? (client) -When? (date) -What was your role? -In what capacity did you work? (freelancer, in house, agency) 3 - Process While it’s useful to focus on the bigger picture of a project for context (the client), the main point of the case study should be to highlight your competencies as a UX designer The best way to demonstrate your competencies is to lead people through your process, Your process should highlight your systematic approach to problem solving as a designer, and also show how you function both as an individual and as part of team As an example, a case study that is focused on your approach might show the following: - Researching your audience - Creating research deliverables (user personas etc) - Wireframing a solution - Testing a solution - Iteration It’s also important to not leave gaps or leave things to people’s imagination. So for example, if you weren’t able to conduct user research properly (for whatever reason) at the beginning of a specific project, it’s better to highlight this, than just leave a gap. 4 - Readability & design The main focus of a case study should be the content, however, having said that, you want to make sure it is as easy as possible to read and understand for your user in a visual sense Make sure your typography is correct - so use a font for body copy that works for passages of text, and pay attention to line heights and lengths. Make sure you consider hierarchy and rhythm in terms of the spacing of type and graphic elements. Done properly, this will create a pleasing visual experience for the user. Break content collections into sections and within those sections, break your text into chunks so it’s easy to scan and jump around without getting lost. Remember, people on the web want to scan for content, not read a book. Much like the 1st point, aim to establish a visually recognizable template with your design and formatting. This repetition and consistency will make it easier for your reader to understand what’s going on sooner. 5 - Summarise A good case study doesn’t just end with the final deliverable. Try to summarise the outcomes of the project, both in terms of the bigger picture for the project team and client, but also for yourself as an individual. For example: - What’s happening next with the project/client? - How has your work impacted them? - What have you learnt? - Is there anything that could be improved in terms of your individual - - Approach or the overall project process?
Views: 10971 Robert Smith
Product Redesign Part 1: Research &  Inspiration
 
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University Series: Product Design 101—Product Feasibility, Desirability and Viability
 
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Design for Feasibility (how it’s made), Desirability (how to make it desirable), and Viability (can it be produced and sold at a price to generate revenue) are qualities needed to be understood not only by product designers, but by sales, retail buyers, marketing and senior management. Faculty from Utah State University’s Outdoor Product Design & Development program as well as industry partners give a crash course in understanding what makes good product and how that leads to better business.
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marketing research for beginners, understanding marketing research fundamentals
 
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marketing research for beginners, understanding marketing research fundamentals. Definition: The process of gathering, analyzing and interpreting information about a market, about a product or service to be offered for sale in that market, and about the past, present and potential customers for the product or service; research into the characteristics, spending habits, location and needs of your business's target market, the industry as a whole, and the particular competitors you face. Market research provides relevant data to help solve marketing challenges that a business will most likely face--an integral part of the business planning process. In fact, strategies such as market segmentation (identifying specific groups within a market) and product differentiation (creating an identity for a product or service that separates it from those of the competitors) are impossible to develop without market research. Market research involves two types of data: Primary information. This is research you compile yourself or hire someone to gather for you. Secondary information. This type of research is already compiled and organized for you. Examples of secondary information include reports and studies by government agencies, trade associations or other businesses within your industry. Most of the research you gather will most likely be secondary. When conducting primary research, you can gather two basic types of information: exploratory or specific. Exploratory research is open-ended, helps you define a specific problem, and usually involves detailed, unstructured interviews in which lengthy answers are solicited from a small group of respondents. Specific research, on the other hand, is precise in scope and is used to solve a problem that exploratory research has identified. Interviews are structured and formal in approach. Of the two, specific research is the more expensive.
Synthesis: How to make sense of your design research
 
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BIBLIOGRAPHY 00:55 Kolko, J. (2010), Abductive Thinking and Sensemaking: The Drivers of Design Synthesis. Design Issues. [Online] 26(1), 15-28. Available from: http://www.jstor.org.ezproxy.tees.ac.uk/stable/20627839 [Accessed 31th March 2018]. 01:34 IDEO (2015) The Field Guide to Human-Centered Design (1st ed.). [Online] p. 77. Available from: http://www.designkit.org/resources/1 [Accessed 29 March 2018]. 01:44 Interaction Design Foundation (n.d.) 'Methods to help you define synthesise and make sense in your research'. In: Design Thinking: The Beginner’s Guide. Available at: https://www.interaction-design.org/literature/article/essential-design-thinking-videos-and-methods [Accessed 29 March 2018]. 02:02 IDEO (2015) The Field Guide to Human-Centered Design (1st ed.). [Online] p. 78. Available from: http://www.designkit.org/resources/1 [Accessed 29 March 2018]. 02:38 Interaction Design Foundation (n.d.) 'Methods to help you define synthesise and make sense in your research'. In: Design Thinking: The Beginner’s Guide. Available at: https://www.interaction-design.org/literature/article/essential-design-thinking-videos-and-methods [Accessed 29 March 2018]. 03:00 IDEO (2015) The Field Guide to Human-Centered Design (1st ed.). [Online] p. 77. Available from: http://www.designkit.org/resources/1 [Accessed 29 March 2018]. 03:16 Interaction Design Foundation (n.d.) 'Methods to help you define synthesise and make sense in your research'. In: Design Thinking: The Beginner’s Guide. Available at: https://www.interaction-design.org/literature/article/essential-design-thinking-videos-and-methods [Accessed 29 March 2018]. 04:05 Cooper-Wright, M. (2015) Design Research From Interview to Insight: Part Two, Synthesising Insight. [Online] Medium. Available from: https://medium.com/design-research-methods/design-research-from-interview-to-insight-f6957b37c698 04:15 IDEO (2015) The Field Guide to Human-Centered Design (1st ed.). [Online] p. 80. Available from: http://www.designkit.org/resources/1 [Accessed 29 March 2018]. 04:32 Kolko, J. (2010), Abductive Thinking and Sensemaking: The Drivers of Design Synthesis. Design Issues. [Online] 26(1), 15-28. Available from: http://www.jstor.org.ezproxy.tees.ac.uk/stable/20627839 [Accessed 31th March 2018]. 04:49 Kolko, J. (2010), Abductive Thinking and Sensemaking: The Drivers of Design Synthesis. Design Issues. [Online] 26(1), 15-28. Available from: http://www.jstor.org.ezproxy.tees.ac.uk/stable/20627839 [Accessed 31th March 2018]. 05:13 IDEO (2015) The Field Guide to Human-Centered Design (1st ed.). [Online] p. 80. Available from: http://www.designkit.org/resources/1 [Accessed 29 March 2018]. 05:30 Kolko, J. (2010), Abductive Thinking and Sensemaking: The Drivers of Design Synthesis. Design Issues. [Online] 26(1), 15-28. Available from: http://www.jstor.org.ezproxy.tees.ac.uk/stable/20627839 [Accessed 31th March 2018]. 06:06 IDEO (2015) The Field Guide to Human-Centered Design (1st ed.). [Online] p. 81. Available from: http://www.designkit.org/resources/1 [Accessed 29 March 2018]. 06:20 Koskinen, I. (2004) 'Empathic Design in Methodic Terms'. In: I. Koskinen, K. Battarbee and T. MattelmäKi (eds). Empathic Design: User Experience in Product Design. [Online] IT Press, p. 63. Available from: http://www2.uiah.fi/~ikoskine/recent_books/EmpathicDesign/Empathic_design.pdf 06:29 Kolko, J. (2010), Abductive Thinking and Sensemaking: The Drivers of Design Synthesis. Design Issues. [Online] 26(1), 15-28. Available from: http://www.jstor.org.ezproxy.tees.ac.uk/stable/20627839 [Accessed 31th March 2018]. 06:41 Koskinen, I. (2004) 'Empathic Design in Methodic Terms'. In: I. Koskinen, K. Battarbee and T. MattelmäKi (eds). Empathic Design: User Experience in Product Design. [Online] IT Press, p. 64. Available from: http://www2.uiah.fi/~ikoskine/recent_books/EmpathicDesign/Empathic_design.pdf 07:00 Cooper-Wright, M. (2015) Design Research From Interview to Insight: Part Two, Synthesising Insight. [Online] Medium. Available from: https://medium.com/design-research-methods/design-research-from-interview-to-insight-f6957b37c698
Views: 1210 Marion Bayle
Product Design Portfolio
 
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123.Design is a leading Product Design and Engineering firm providing in-house services that span the entire product development process, including product definition, market analysis, industrial design, engineering, rapid prototyping, tooling, manufacturing, production and distribution. For over a decade, 123Design’s award-winning designers and veteran engineers have originated pioneering solutions for companies ranging from start-up to Fortune 50. Using their well-established design process integrating product and market research, end-user needs analysis, computer modeling, and rapid prototyping, 123’s high-energy team approach consistently generates world-class product designs and innovations that create meaningful connections with consumers and solid market successes for clients.
Views: 100 123 DOT Design
Top Selling Product Analysis - Part 1
 
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Learn to Calculate Top Selling Product Sales and Name using PowerPivot Part 2 - https://youtu.be/Gwzy1jFZGUI Part 3 - https://youtu.be/KtkB6L-BSQg Part 4 - https://youtu.be/v6nLy5h6RPo Complete Blog and Downloadable Files - https://www.goodly.co.in/top-selling-product-analysis-in-powerpivot
Views: 713 Goodly
From Consumer Research to Craftsmanship and Design: YFAI’s holistic product development approach
 
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Get to know Yanfeng Automotive Interiors. This video further introduces you to YFAI and our global products and capabilities. Take a look…
How To Create User Scenarios
 
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In this video I give you an in-depth explanation of what User Scenarios are and also show you how to create a User Scenario. ____ IF YOU LIKE MY CHANNEL, HERE ARE SOME NEXT STEPS... 1) FREE EBOOK: "How to start a career in UX" https://bit.ly/2xuYDDE 2) FREE PORTFOLIO REVIEW: Get my thoughts on your portfolio... https://bit.ly/2KuhpxM ____ Overview A User Scenario is a story that describes a specific situation in which a user might interact with your product or service to complete a specific task or goal. The user in the story is often linked to a particular persona, and the story describes the reasons why they might want to complete their specific task or goal. User Scenarios can be used almost like a template, to check that what you are creating in terms of IA (Information Architecture), functionality and content is going to be useful to your user, and help them to complete their intended tasks, rather than hinder them. What does a User Scenario consist of? As with anything in UX, what is relevant depends entirely on your unique situation, but as a general rule of thumb, User Scenarios describe the following elements: The User: Here you can define who the user is based on a particular user persona Their Motivations: Here you can define what is motivating them to use your product or service Their Goals: Here you can define what tasks they want to complete and what criteria must be met for a task to be considered completed Additional Considerations: This could be defining anything from their current environment (busy? quiet?) to the device they are accessing your website on (desktop? Mobile?) Example Let’s take the example of a someone using a travel app to book cheap flights So for example, let’s take our user persona ‘John’ who is a travel enthusiast. John is planning a round the world trip and he wants to book a series of cheap flights to go from destination to destination. His motivation for this is that he wants to travel, but only if he can do it on a budget. He starts out on the Home screen of the travel app and starts a search. He types in all the destinations he wants to travel to and from, and the dates he wants to do it. After entering his information the app compares a number of prices from different airlines and then shows him his options. He chooses the most cost effective option and then pays online using his credit card. The scenario above shows his motivations and the types of tasks he will want to complete if we were designing the app from scratch. Benefits and Uses Using User Scenarios can help with a number of aspects of UX design and strategy, such as: Information Architecture (IA): Scenarios can play a part in ensuring that the sites Information Architecture serves the user in a way that helps them find information quickly and navigate effectively Content and functionality: Scenarios can play a part in ensuring that the sites content is searchable and helpful, as well as ensuring functionality meets the users requirements and helps them complete tasks effectively Usability Testing: User Scenarios are a great way of creating ‘test’ situations for participants to follow when conducting Usability studies Conclusion So as you can see, User Scenarios are a great way to really get in the head of your users and make sure the product or service you are designing really helps them meet their needs in an effective way.
Views: 5866 Robert Smith
The Secret of successful product development with Robert G Cooper
 
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The original idea for the Stage-Gate® Innovation process – now used worldwide to manage product development projects – came from research by Dr. Robert G Cooper, who was studying how successful “intrapreneurs” within large companies created product innovations. The findings were written up as a paper and soon the phone started ringing with interest from industry. Thirty-five years on from that paper, we caught up with Robert in Cambridge, UK, recently and asked him what makes for success, the impact of Agile development, what he has seen recently that is game-changing, and what his hopes are for the future. Read the full interview at rndtoday.co.uk
Views: 1204 R&D Today
6 Tips for designing a semi-structured interview guide
 
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6 tips for designing a semi-structured interview guide So, you want to design a guide (or protocol) for your semi-structured interview, as part of your qualitative research project? This video shows you how to develop the right questions and ask them in right order, so you can get the information you need every time! GET YOUR FREE SEMI-STRUCTURED INTERVIEW TEMPLATE http://eepurl.com/diQf1P Recommended Reading https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/0... If you found this video useful, please like the video. If you know others who would find this video useful - please share https://youtu.be/N_sKx9QQYLw Want to make a video like this? Please go to http://track.fiverr.com/visit/?bta=20... Video Transcript So, you want to design a guide for your semi-structured interview but not sure of the best way to do this? I will show you how to develop the right questions and ask them in the right order, so you can get the information you need every time! A semi-structured is a verbal exchange where one person (the interviewer) elicits information respectfully from another person (the interviewee/respondent) through a series of questions. It should feel like a good conversation. First remember the questions you develop rely very heavily on your knowledge of the topic. If you are researching a topic that you know well for example if you are a nurse researching patients experiences of taking medication, then you are in a good place. Whether you know something or nothing at all about the topic – always – always read the literature before developing your guide. Once you have read the literature and have a good grasp of topic – return to your research question and ask yourself – what information do I want to get from the semi-structured interview? Make a list of everything you want to find out using the semi-structured tool. (include list examples for white board text). Make sure that each item on the list only consists of one idea …questions asking about more than one thing can be unclear, confusing and introduce bias. Now you can start drafting your questions. Remember in qualitative research, our aim to get the respondents perspective so we must use open questions and never use leading questions. The first set of questions in your research guide must be broad questions that put the interviewee at ease and encourage them to give you their perspective for example - Tell me about experience of coming to this school. The middle section is where you pursue ideas in more depth and where you get the answers to your specific research questions. The interviewee is now at ease, feeling valued because you have listened to them. Now you may ask more detailed questions and use probes, to build on the respondents previous answers. For example, you mentioned that you like to coming to school because your teachers are very nice, what sort of things does your teacher do that makes you say they are nice? In the concluding section, here you can seek clarification for anything that is still unclear and also that take into account any theories you may be using in your research for example research has shown that boys learn differently from girls. In your school how do your teachers meet the different learning needs of boys and girls Let’s summarise 1. Make sure you are familiar with the topic – this helps you to ask relevant questions 2. Make a list of what information you want to get from the semi-structured interview – this helps you formulate questions that will provide an answer to your research questions 3. Start with broad open questions – this puts the interviewee at ease and encourages them to give you their perception
Product Development – How Product Developers affect Food Safety
 
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Research and Development is the start point for the creation of new products, the modification of existing products and the introduction/modification of new/existing packaging. The introduction of new ingredients and packaging can be disastrous for a food company if it is not done methodically as it can lead to the introduction of new hazards into the process. Therefore, the R&D Deparrment must be in continuous communication with key stakeholders in the manufacturing side to ensure that the new introductions are not only compatible with existing processes but also that a hazard analysis is done to ensure food safety. On the other hand, keeping food safety and creativity in harmony can prove tricky as food safety considerations may change the original concept for what he development or modifications where conceived for may change to keep the consumer out of harmsway . This seminar will focus on the role of R&D in the manufacturing process and will show a practical tool to ensure that all aspects from creation to launch are taken into account when introducting new concepts into existing operations. Download the Presentation Slides and Certificate of Attendance from the IFSQN website: https://www.ifsqn.com/forum/index.php/files/file/301-product-development-%E2%80%93-how-product-developers-affect-food-safety/
RDL CORPORATE PRESENTATION
 
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RDL is a team of highly skilled, visionary, and enthusiastic researchers and engineers dedicated to provide electronics product design, software design, reverse engineering, manufacturing services with the aim of supporting the customer to stay competitive in their business while meeting their customer needs. The RDL works in the upcoming thrust areas like Embedded System Design, IoT, and Automotive domains. Under the umbrella of the three thrust areas of interest RDL has wide range of products, solutions, and services offered categorically in Industry IoT, Visible Light Communication, and RFID.
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Meet Mechanical Engineers at Google
 
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Meet some of our Mechanical Engineers who participate in the design, analysis, and prototyping of new concepts. They're developing new technology in a fast-paced manufacturing and product oriented development environment. Learn about their team culture, work, and what makes hardware engineering at Google so exciting. Learn more about mechanical engineering at Google and check out open jobs → https://goo.gl/fA3jfr Subscribe to Life at Google for more videos → https://goo.gl/kqwUZd Follow us! Twitter: https://goo.gl/kdYxFP Facebook: https://goo.gl/hXDzLf LinkedIn: https://goo.gl/skdLCR #LifeAtGoogle
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Product:- introduction, meaning, levels and line decision in hindi
 
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Thank you friends to support me Plz share subscribe and comment on my channel and Connect me through Instagram:- Chanchalb1996 Gmail:- [email protected] Facebook page :- https://m.facebook.com/Only-for-commerce-student-366734273750227/ Unaccademy download link :- https://unacademy.app.link/bfElTw3WcS Unaccademy profile link :- https://unacademy.com/user/chanchalb1996 Telegram link :- https://t.me/joinchat/AAAAAEu9rP9ahCScbT_mMA
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PRODUCT DESIGN: COST ELEMENTS IN PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
 
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NRE cost, PRODUCT COST OPTIMISATION
Competitor Analysis Framework: The 5-Step Guide You MUST Follow
 
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This video consists of a 5-step tutorial that'll help you as a marketer do an effective competitor analysis. Digital marketing has changed everything. Years ago, it was impossible knowing a competitor’s marketing strategy without having insider information. Today, it’s a very different story. With competitive analysis tools like Ahrefs, SEMRush, SimilarWeb, among others, you can learn anything and everything about your competitors (without their knowledge). From the keywords they’re targeting, to the way they’re building links, there’s nothing you can’t learn from a few clicks of a mouse. And that’s exactly what you’ll learn today, step-by-step, click-by-click. In this video, you’ll learn: My proven 5-step process for conducting an in-depth competitor analysis (I’ll show you how to do it from start to finish, using a SaaS as an example). The #1 way to discover untapped competitor keywords (watch over my shoulder as I show you how to outrank your competitors—without them knowing). A simple, yet little-known way to discover hidden keyword opportunities (hint: it involves paid traffic). How to reverse-engineer a competitor's entire remarketing strategy, step-by-step. (Even if you’re not doing remarketing, there’s enormous value here.) And much more. If you like this video, then check out the blog post where we go into even more detail: https://sleeknote.com/blog/competitive-analysis Subscribe now to get higher conversions and more sales: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUTC5YzaNyQwgIRrhqeCsKw
Views: 6495 Sleeknote
About Research & Development | Audio Products Manufacturer [LUMIAUDIO]
 
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At LUMIAUDIO, we’re constantly optimizing every feature and part of our products, including design, performance specifications, user interfaces and functions. To accomplish this goal, every LUMIAUDIO engineer works hard measuring, testing, and re-testing combined with in-depth research and analysis. ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ LUMIAUDIO was established in 2008 by Lumi Legend Group to provide audio products and accessories to the Consumer Electronics market, and quickly established itself as an innovative manufacturer and supplier of audio products used in the home, commercial, and pro audio markets. Our mission to provide product solutions that focus on great sound, exceptional value, quality, ease of installation, and improved designs. This includes offering an existing line of audio amplifiers, in-wall & ceiling speakers, on-wall speakers, outdoor speakers, home theater speakers, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth wireless audio, car speakers and various speaker accessories. If you have any question, you can always contact us at [email protected] For more information, please visit us at https://goo.gl/PaZsZd. ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Please Follow LUMIAUDIO ►YouTube https://goo.gl/uvCV2y ►LinkedIn https://goo.gl/QvqHKQ ►Facebook https://goo.gl/kCrQWB ►Twitter https://goo.gl/jrhqfU ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Find more videos about us and our products. About LUMIAUDIO video https://goo.gl/3HPstc Outdoor speaker video https://goo.gl/518Kbu Audio solusion video https://goo.gl/6iUwzP Amplifier video https://goo.gl/gaUHTr Audio products installation animation and video https://goo.gl/P9DPnQ
Netflix Research: Experimentation
 
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Experimentation provides the framework to ensure that data, not opinion, is used to make decisions on the innovative ideas that we propose. By testing new ideas in production, we receive data and feedback from our members and guide product development according to member behavior and preferences.
Views: 656 WeAreNetflix
Design & Technology NEA: Analysis of Design Context
 
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This video explains ways in which a student of product design, could approach analysing a given design context.
Views: 2559 Bridge Academy D&T
Design & Technology NEA  Product Analysis
 
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IGCSE: Design Folder (50%) The project is a significant part of the teaching and assessment requirements of this syllabus; it is important that candidates have the opportunity to access facilities whereby the realisation of products can be achieved. The project is compulsory and is a school-based assessment. 100 marks Internally marked/externally moderated.
Views: 72 DT: TISP
WHAT TO DO WHEN YOU HAVE AN IDEA? WWW.123.DESIGN
 
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123.Design is a leading Product Design and Engineering firm providing in-house services that span the entire product development process, including product definition, market analysis, industrial design, engineering, rapid prototyping, tooling, manufacturing, production and distribution. For over a decade, 123Design’s award-winning designers and veteran engineers have originated pioneering solutions for companies ranging from start-up to Fortune 50. Using their well-established design process integrating product and market research, end-user needs analysis, computer modeling, and rapid prototyping, 123’s high-energy team approach consistently generates world-class product designs and innovations that create meaningful connections with consumers and solid market successes for clients.
Views: 3194 123 DOT Design
Netflix Product Designer | Navin Iyengar | Design Like a Scientist
 
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Product Designer at Netflix, Navin Iyengar reveals how Netflix applies experimental thinking to design using A/B testing and tells us how to design like a scientist at Awwwards Conference San Francisco. Subscribe now for the latest talks and interviews from digital design industry leaders: https://www.awwwards.com/subscribe/ Experience our conferences! Get out from behind your screen, learn from industry leaders and meet cool designers from all over the world - get your ticket to awwwards New York http://bit.ly/awwwards-conf-new-york For the latest web design trends - follow us: Blog: http://awwwards.com/ Twitter: http://twitter.com/awwwards Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/awwwards/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/awwwards/
Views: 13576 awwwards.
How to Make Better Product Decisions by Using Quantitative & Qualitative Data at Lean Product Meetup
 
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UserTesting's Director of Research Marieke McCloskey and Director of Product Brian Tran shared their advice on “How to Make Better Product Decisions by Using Qualitative & Quantitative Data.” at Lean Product Meetup on December 8, 2018. Marieke and Brian explained how to combine qualitative user research with quantitative data methods throughout the development process. They shared case studies of how Product Managers and Designers at UserTesting used qualitative and quantitative methods to identify high-growth opportunities, understanding their users, iteratively develop solutions, and optimize what’s live. If you would like to see more videos like this check out the followings talks from past months: ▶ Dan Olsen's Product-Market Fit talk at Mind the Product SF 2018: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bDUrQlmwox4 ▶ Jake Knapp about his new book “Make Time” : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q4Sx9o85y-s ▶ Box CEO Aaron Levie Interview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cJC_JuxRgIg ▶ “Product is Hard” by Marty Cagan https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gCYFmrvPI8Q ▶ “Jobs to Be Done” by Tony Ulwick: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qQFUHapOJsQ ▶ Using Data to Set Your Product Strategy by Justin Bauer, who is the VP of Product at Amplitude: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H8XQVQy8Xiw ▶ For upcoming videos like this, subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/c/DanOlsen ▶ This video was produced by Coreography https://coreography.com. ▶ Lean Product was founded by Dan Olsen https://dan-olsen.com. ▶ Learn more about Lean Product Meetups at https://meetup.com/lean-product #DanOlsen #LeanProductMeetup #ProductManagement
Views: 432 Dan Olsen
How to write a literature review
 
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How to write a literature review. It’s easier than you might think! In this video, I demonstrate how to search the literature and identify relevant papers for your literature review. I do a pubmed search using Boolean operators and MeSH terms (these are extremely powerful tools that will help you sift through the large number of academic papers out there). So if you’re doing a master’s thesis or a PhD, or you’re doing research and writing a paper, at some point, you’ll need to do a lit review. A big part of that review is the search and this video is going to help you get that right. You might be doing a systematic literature review or meta-analysis – again, you’ll need to do a good PubMed search that identifies the right studies. Thanks to BMC !!! ----------------------------- This video was sponsored by BMC – (click here to go to BMC: https://goo.gl/RFaUA2 ). As a pioneer of open access publishing, BMC has an evolving portfolio of high-quality peer-reviewed journals including broad interest titles such as BMC Biology and BMC Medicine, specialist journals such as Malaria Journal and Microbiome, and the BMC series. BMC is committed to continual innovation to better support the needs of research communities, ensuring the integrity of the research we publish, and championing the benefits of open research. BMC is part of Springer Nature, giving us greater opportunities to help authors connect and advance discoveries across the world. I’m particularly excited about having BMC’s support because I’ve been working with them for nearly 15 years as the Editor-in-Chief of the journal Globalization and Health. I’ve been extremely impressed by them as a company that has integrity and that is truly making the world a better place. LEARN MORE about literature reviews ------------------------------------------------------------ Of course, there is more to a literature review than just the search. You need to have a structured approach to selecting paper, extracting data, writing the review itself and creating a bibliography. For more detail on these aspects of a literature review, go to www.learnmore365.com where I have a full course on literature review (it takes about 30 minutes to complete). About this channel ------------------------------ This channel posts global health and public health teaching videos and videos about how to find the right job in global health. If you haven't already, please consider subscribing to this channel and becoming part of this community. SUBSCRIBE: -------------------- Click here: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=YourChannelNameHere LETS CONNECT: --------------------------- Twitter: @drgregmartin Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drgregmartin/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thisweekinglobalhealth/ SUPPORT THIS CHANNEL ----------------------------------------- Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/drgregmartin
CM17: A Pragmatic Approach to User Research for Successful Products w/ Sarah Reid
 
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Welcome to episode #017 of Custom Made and today I’m joined again by Sarah Reid, Vice President of Design Research here at Dialexa. Sarah is a Product Designer whose fascination with how design and psychology interact has led her on a relentless pursuit to shape user experiences that enable elegant solutions to complex problems. Her specialties in web and UX design include layout, interaction and aesthetic design for websites and software products. Prior to joining Dialexa, Sarah leveraged her love of design thinking to design administration tools for AT&T Business to Business Services and game art for GameStop's PC download business. Most notably, Sarah worked for a healthcare industry software provider where she used her UX problem solving and process improvement skills to streamline online interactions that contained a massive amount of user information, options, decisions, complex rules and restrictions. The only precedent to an application in this industry was paying someone to sort through spreadsheets and faxing the paperwork. Sarah is someone who is concerned with the why of a product, workflow and User Experience. And, she is a fan of pragmatic research work to enable her to provide insights in a fast and smart manner - which is exactly what we are going to be discussing today. On this weeks episode Sarah and I are discussing why you need to take a pragmatic view to user research, so that you understand just enough to move forward with your product development rather than spend too much time on research that slows down the product development process, or no research at all that leads to unsuccessful products. Successful products come from understanding the user needs, their pains, and their experiences that the product is trying to deliver against. But research is still seen by many as either an area to cut from the product development process, leads to analysis paralysis or would rather move forward on assumptions based on historical data points or opinion. Typically we first encounter Research in school with research papers - learning about a topic through the systematic investigation into, and study of, materials and sources in order to establish facts and reach new conclusions - and then writing a report about it. But in the real-world, this approach is not always practical, and research needs to take a different, more agile, approach if it is to be successfully applied to product development. During this weeks episode, we are going to explore the three main types of research to inform your product development and define what “just-enough” means. These three types are: - User Research - Market Research - And Design Research And before you say it, don’t get me wrong, successful products can be created by following your gut and intuition. The many successes of Steve Jobs are because of this - though the less discussed product failures are also based on gut and intuition as well. But you don’t get a good gut and intuition without being immersed in the world you are designing for. You must know about the people and their behaviors as well have the vision and strategy to bring about change. You need to build experience - and by following the advice Sarah shares in this episode, you will be on your way to building that experience to have an informed opinion...or gut! Be sure to tweet at me (twitter.com/dougplatts) and let me know what you think of the show. Follow Dialexa on: Instagram: www.instagram.com/dialexa/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/dialexa/ LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/dialexa Soundcloud: @custom-made-dialexa iTunes: itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/custo…d1332213517?mt=2 Twitter: twitter.com/dialexa Medium: medium.com/back-to-the-napkin Podcast: by.dialexa.com/topic/custom-made YouTube: www.youtube.com/c/Dialexa
Views: 37 Dialexa
IQMR DESIGNING AND CONDUCTING FIELD RESEARCH- Lauren MacLean and Diana Kapiszewski
 
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http://bit.ly/IQMR-Modules DESIGNING AND CONDUCTING FIELD RESEARCH (2 days). Diana Kapiszewski, Georgetown University and Lauren MacLean, Indiana University. This module considers the design, planning, and execution of field research. A basic premise underlying the module is that fieldwork entails shifting among research design, data collection, and data analysis. We will consider how researchers can develop a "field research design" in tandem with their research design, and how they can retool both if they encounter significant challenges while in the field. We will also discuss -- and practice using -- multiple data collection techniques such as interviewing, focus groups, and surveys. Participants will also be provided with useful tools to structure and organize their fieldwork, as well as strategies for addressing intellectual and inter-personal challenges that conducting field research involves. In addition, we will consider how field researchers can begin to engage in analysis while still in the field, and how they can successfully navigate re-entry to their home institutions.
Views: 109 IQMR Videos
Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP)
 
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Saaty’s Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) A method which can be used by the decision maker to calculate the priority weights for criteria.
Views: 38424 Manoj Mathew
Usability Testing w. 5 Users: Design Process (video 1 of 3)
 
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Formative #usability testing is best done with a small number of study participants, so that you have time and budget to test more design iterations of the user interface. #UX #usertesting #budgets
Views: 8631 NNgroup
Product Design
 
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The Product Design course at UID trains students to create and craft relevant products based on consumer demands. Through this course, students gain the knowledge necessary to create useful, innovative, attractive and artisanal products that fit the market requirement.
SWOT Analysis - What is SWOT? Definition, Examples and How to Do a SWOT Analysis
 
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SWOT stands for strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats. Strengths and weaknesses are internal factors and opportunities and threats are external factors. A SWOT diagram analyzes a project or business venture by focusing on each of these factors. It typically consists of four boxes, one for each area, but the exact shape may vary depending on the design. Learn more https://www.smartdraw.com/swot-analysis/?id=377675
Views: 69712 SmartDraw
How to Do User Research Within Constraints
 
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There will always be constraints that we have to work in, whether it's not having enough time or not having dedicated researchers on our UX projects. This video offers tips on how to do user research without feeling stuck.
Views: 3162 NNgroup
Product Analysis vs Requirements Gathering
 
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PRODUCT ANALYSIS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Z0dnsJW054 COLLECT REQUIREMENTS PLAYLIST https://goo.gl/kqfT6z SCOPE MANAGEMENT FAQs https://goo.gl/Q7z8rj VLOGS - LOUNGING AROUND https://goo.gl/3p7bbe SHOP FOR PMP AT AMAZON INDIA http://amzn.to/2xjhXlS PMP STUDY PLAN http://pmclounge.com/pmp-study-plan/ PMP PREPARATION RESOURCES http://pmclounge.com/pmp-preparation-resources/ CONNECT Website - http://pmclounge.com/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/pmclounge Twitter - https://twitter.com/pmclounge #PMP #ProjectManagement #PMCLounge
Views: 499 PMC Lounge
Logistics 123 Design
 
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123.Design is a leading Product Design and Engineering firm providing in-house services that span the entire product development process, including product definition, market analysis, industrial design, engineering, rapid prototyping, tooling, manufacturing, production and distribution. For over a decade, 123Design’s award-winning designers and veteran engineers have originated pioneering solutions for companies ranging from start-up to Fortune 50. Using their well-established design process integrating product and market research, end-user needs analysis, computer modeling, and rapid prototyping, 123’s high-energy team approach consistently generates world-class product designs and innovations that create meaningful connections with consumers and solid market successes for clients.
Views: 13 123 DOT Design
Class 4 ICWA CMA Inter OM & SM Product - process design, life-cycle, Production planning & control
 
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3 to 5 Marks objective type questions are expected from this video. Product & Process design, Product life cycle, Process choice, Production planning & control, Intermittent and continuous industry are explained with examples.
I've Tried Dovetail | First Impressions
 
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Dovetail is an online tool for recording and analysing user feedback - https://dovetailapp.com/ In this video I review it, giving you my impressions as a first time user. ____ Dovetail is about recording data and analyzing it in a much easier way. So the first part is to input the different user feedback for each step of the project. Then finding some patterns analyzing how people interact with the product for each stage. You can add tag to group data in different categories and regroup different comments from the users into one bigger group. This then allows you to identify these patterns and use this as actionable data for your UX project ____ IF YOU LIKE MY VIDEOS, HERE ARE SOME NEXT STEPS... 1) FREE EBOOK: "How to start a career in UX" https://bit.ly/2xuYDDE 2) FREE PORTFOLIO REVIEW: Get my thoughts on your portfolio... https://bit.ly/2KuhpxM ____ Check out my social for more UX tips: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/robertsmith.co/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/robertsmith_co
Views: 1305 Robert Smith
PART 1: Product Analysis and Product Research | Amazon F.B.A
 
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Free Public Facebook Group ➡️group.wholesaleblackbox.com Get Updates From Us ➡️https://www.facebook.com/wholesalebla... Ask Mateus ➡️[email protected] “We can judge our progress by the courage of our questions and the depth of our answers, our willingness to embrace what is true rather than what feels good.” - Carl Sagan
Views: 261 Wholesale BlackBox
What is UX Research Methods and Techniques (in Hindi) | IndiaUIUX
 
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UX Research Methods and Techniques in Hindi. In this video we learn about User Experience Research Techniques and Methods How to do User UX Research UX Research kya hota hain UX Research kaise karte hain User Experience Research User Research definition How to become a User Researcher How to become a UX Researcher UX Research Process, UX Research Tools Salary UX Research Course What is UX Research UX Research Methods and Techniques User Experience Usability Analysis User Testing User Group Usability testing tools Qualitiative Quantitative User Research Contextual Enquiry User Group Focus Group Card Sorting How to do Card Sorting, Survey How to conduct survey How to do User UX Research Research Methods for Strategy Complete beginners guide to UX Research UX Research for beginners Intro to UX Research Methods UI Research UX Research Interview Questions and Answers About channel: Indiauiux is a Hindi Youtube Channel where you will find all information, tutorials, knowledge, tips, and trends about User Interface and User Experience Design in Hindi FACEBOOK LINK: https://www.facebook.com/indiauiux/ TWITTER LINK: https://twitter.com/indiauiux
Views: 4899 IndiaUIUX
Business English Vocabulary VV 55 - Product Management English | Marketing English
 
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Download this business English vocabulary lesson from Business English Pod: https://www.businessenglishpod.com/category/vocabulary/ In this Business English lesson, we’ll look at business English vocabulary related to product management. In many companies, product managers help promote a product. Companies do market analysis as well as competitive research in order to develop a business case for a product. A product roadmap lays out the plan for developing a product, including the go-to-market strategy and the product launch.
UX Design: User Research --- UX team of one
 
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Share my tips as UX team of one. User Research including access the company documentation, short chats with other co-works, play around the products, online research, user interviews, design questions, user analysis, user report, and personas.
Human behavior research solutions | Noldus Product Demo
 
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For more information, download our product overview: http://info.noldus.com/download-catalog-homepage ========================= Software, labs, and services for behavioral research. Our product range includes The Observer XT, EthoVision XT, FaceReader, DanioVision, and more. For a full overview, please visit https://www.noldus.com. Noldus is a leading developer of software and integrated solutions for animal and human behavior research. What started out as a one-man company, has grown into a worldwide network of offices and distributors, with over 5000 satisfied customers. Noldus develops products in close collaboration with scientists, for application areas such as neuroscience, psychology, human factors, zoology, and entomology. Follow Noldus on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/NoldusIT Like Noldus on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NoldusInformationTechnology Connect with Noldus on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/noldus-information-technology Check us out on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/noldusit Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/NoldusHumanBehavior
Views: 1869 NoldusHumanBehavior
Career Booster Webinar - Career Insider: Pharmaceutical Product Development, LLC
 
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Pharmaceutical Product Development’s Kat Barrack joined Grantham Career Services team, July 25, as part of the Career Insider Webinar Series. The webinar helped interested job seekers learn about the pharmaceutical industry and PPD employment opportunities. For more information on the Career Booster series or to register for future webinars, click here. http://www.grantham.edu/online-education-resources/career-booster-series-webinars/ Grantham University is proud to be "Serving Those Who Serve®" Request Info - http://www.grantham.edu/contact 100% Online Degree Programs - http://www.grantham.edu/online-degree Apply Now - http://www.grantham.edu/apply-now
Views: 185 Grantham University
What is Value Engineering and its benefits ,Step/Process
 
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Dosto iss videos mai hum baat karage “Engineering Economics”ka UNIT-4 ka topic-“Value Engineering” kya hota Hai aur benefits and step/process ka bare mai discuss karegeye. Download For Notes Link-https://www.notesgen.com/note/49131/value-engineering-unit-4-engineering-economics.html To Download App For Notes-https://www.notesgen.com/user/home नमस्कार दोस्तों, आपका बहुत बहुत स्वागत है हमारे चैनल "mindmaker guruji" में, Hello friends, Welcome to "mindmaker guruji", Please SUBSCRIBE to “mindmaker guruji”. Jai Hind Jai Bharat Thanks
Views: 15246 mindmaker guruji
How to Analyze Website from Design & SEO Perspective
 
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In this video you will learn how to analyze a website both from design as well as SEO perspective. We look at a website Jennard Galleries which sells and/or rents paintings to Schools, Corporates, Hospitals, etc to analyze. We compare this website against a couple competitors who are ranking high on Google Search Engine Results Page (SERP). Apparently, these competitors are ranking high for good reasons... So, we try to break the ideas down to understand what these websites are doing well. By analyzing the competitors' websites we understand our own site better. At least that's the idea. We analyze this website both from a user experience or design perspective as well as Search Engine Optimization perspective, so that you will understand why we should do certain things a certain way. The best practices, if you may. In order to give it structure, what we've done is break it down by: 1. Website 'Above the Fold' analysis 2. Site Architecture / Site Navigation 3. Content 4. Page Load Speeds 5. Mobile Responsiveness 6. Below the Fold 7. Image Optimization Hopefully, this will give you the head start you need to understand how to analyse a website both from the UX and the SEO point of view to rank high on Google and other search engines. #WebsiteDesign #AnalyzeAWebsite #WebsiteUserExperience #SEO Subscribe to our channel for more such informational videos. Thanks for your time..
Views: 233 CM Manjunath
Industrial design services market size,growth,trends,outlook,analysis
 
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Industrial design services market is engaged in developing designs and specification of mass produced products. The establishments in this market involve in determination of the materials, construction, mechanisms, shape, color, and surface finishes of the product.the americas was the x largest geographic region in the industrial design services market in 2016, accounting for $x billion or x% of the global market. Asia was the x largest geographic market, accounting for $x billion or x% of the global market.europe was the x largest geographic market, accounting for $x billion or x% of the global market. The middle east and africa accounted for x% and $x billion, while oceania accounted for x% of the global industrial design services market.
Views: 4 Trisha Mathur