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This meetup is all about hands-on workshops about customer experience design using design thinking and latest innovation methods.

❌We don't like to sit and listen to someone for two hours

✅We only hold workshops

✅We break down for you how to handle complex innovation processes

✅We help you become comfortable with the complexity that comes with it

✅We share with you methods to coordinate teams and lead them towards achieving shared goals

✅We involve you in projects that matter for business, people and earth

Welcome to our community. It's going to be a hell of a ride. See you at the next workshop?

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👉WE RUN WORKSHOPS FOR COMPANIES

Interested in such a short amount of time to create heaps of ideas? Talk to us ☎️

👉WE RUN WORKSHOPS FOR TEAMS

Want to teach your teams to cut the BS, act fast and move faster? We teach you the right techniques to get you to the heart of the problems.

Behrad Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/behradmirafshar/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bonanzadesign/ | @bonanzadesign

Website: https://www.bonanza.design/

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Lean Innovation: High Velocity Validation & MVP Design

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For over 2 years, Behrad Mirafshar from Bonanza Design, has been bringing to you the UX Design: Design Pixel-Perfect Applications in Weeks that is aimed at anyone who wants to enter the UX Design field, from junior UX designers to product managers, and developers.

We understand how intimidating going into the field can be, with this in mind our team has carefully crafted the content in this webinar to help give you confidence and a better start on your career path.

The most innovative companies tend to tackle the risk of developing new products upfront. There are 4 types of risks

  1. Value Risk 2. Tech Risk 3. Usability Risk 4. Business Viability Risk

The most important risk any product developer needs to address upfront is value risk i.e. would customers find values in what we'd like to offer them? aka would they buy it? aka does our offer address their need?

How would you know the answer without having a business running, you might ask?

Well, that's what Lean Innovation is all about 👉 Validating your grand business/product ideas cheaply using fast experimentation and prototyping.

In this webinar, you learn how you can test your ideas at scale with not so much money in only a few weeks!!!

In this talk,

  • I break down how you can validate your business ideas with your target customers in 4 weeks
  • I present to you the most effective version of an agile process through which you can drive breakthrough innovation
  • I break down Bonanza Design exclusive product innovation process
  • I break down how you can test your MVP idea only in a week with your target customers
    This is a systematic process that aims to marry speed with quality
    And at the end of the talk, we'll have a long Q/A and exchange thoughts

Week 1: Research Opportunities
In this phase, we
✅ Define the problem/opportunity
✅ Conduct market research including competitive research, keywords/trends analysis, and user research

Week 2: Define Hypotheses & Design Experiments
In this phase, we
✅ Revisit our understanding of the opportunity thanks to the research insights from the previous week
✅ Ideate solutions & define hypotheses
✅ Design Experiments

Week 3: Run Experiments & Market Validation
In this phase, we
✅ Run experiments
✅ Fetch market inputs
✅ Prioritize the experiments based on their performance (survival of fittest!)

Week 4: MVP Design & Testing
In this phase, we
✅ Develop the MVP concept
✅ Design high-fidelity design out of the MVP
✅ Test the MVP design with potential users
✅ Learn from the insights and define the next steps

About the Facilitator: Behrad Mirafshar
Behrad is a highly experienced UX designer and an active voice in the field of Sustainability, Innovation, and Design Thinking. He studied the latter in Sweden and in 2012, moved to Berlin.
With more than 10 years of experience, he has designed applications for different industries including Automotive, Digital Health, Finance, Fintech, IoT, and HR. To share his expertise he gives Design Thinking workshops, training, and seminars.
Connect with him on LinkedIn

About Us
We are an innovation powerhouse that assists businesses to overcome their most complex growth and design challenges and innovate further -- at an unprecedented pace. We help companies at all stages to:
✔ Accelerate through the digital transformation phase
✔ Define their customer experience strategies
✔ Design applications that matter
✔ Innovate at a faster pace
✔ Move towards a sustainable future

👉 Check out our Instagram
https://www.instagram.com/bonanzadesign/

👉 Check out our website
https://www.bonanza.design

Design Thinking: Solve Complex Problems

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For over 2 years, Bonanza Design has been bringing to you webinars in Design Thinking that are aimed at anyone who wants to enter the UX Design field, from junior UX designers to product managers, and developers.

We understand how intimidating going into the field can be, with this in mind our team has carefully crafted the content in this webinar to help give you confidence and a better start on your career path.

DESIGN THINKING EMPHASIZES OPEN-MINDEDNESS, CURIOSITY, AND COLLABORATION

Design thinking is an attempt to learn from the designers’ approach to design challenges. The recurrent shift from divergent to convergent modes of thinking, having a holistic view, engaging in multi-disciplinary teams, the fetish for prototyping, pen, and paper, embracing uncertainty and welcoming ambiguity, putting yourself in someone else’s shoes, trial, and error (iterative mindset), etc… are some of the significant upheavals introduced by design thinking. Welcome to problem-solving 2.0.

Robert A. Simon and Robert Mckim introduced ‘design thinking’ in such a manner viewing “design as a way of thinking” in 1969. Fast forward: David Kelly (who founded IDEO in 1991) adapted it to business purposes followed by Richard Buchanan which tried to address human concerns with design thinking.

In this webinar, Behrad will break down for you the philosophy of design thinking and the tools by which you can conduct a design thinking workshop.

About the Facilitator: Behrad Mirafshar
Behrad is a highly experienced UX designer and an active voice in the field of Sustainability, Innovation, and Design Thinking. He studied the latter in Sweden and in 2012, moved to Berlin.
With more than 10 years of experience, he has designed applications for different industries including Automotive, Digital Health, Finance, Fintech, IoT, and HR. To share his expertise he gives Design Thinking workshops, training, and seminars.
Connect with him on LinkedIn

About Us
We are an innovation powerhouse that assists businesses to overcome their most complex growth and design challenges and innovate further -- at an unprecedented pace. We help companies at all stages to:
✔ Accelerate through the digital transformation phase
✔ Define their customer experience strategies
✔ Design applications that matter
✔ Innovate at a faster pace
✔ Move towards a sustainable future

👉 Check out our Instagram
https://www.instagram.com/bonanzadesign/

👉 Check out our website
https://www.bonanza.design

UX DESIGN: Design Pixel-Perfect Applications in Weeks

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For over 2 years, Behrad Mirafshar from Bonanza Design, has been bringing to you the UX Design: Design Pixel-Perfect Applications in Weeks that is aimed at anyone who wants to enter the UX Design field, from junior UX designers to product managers, and developers.

We understand how intimidating going into the field can be, with this in mind our team has carefully crafted the content in this webinar to help give you confidence and a better start on your career path.

Behrad has talked to over 25 startups in the past 12 months. There are four common weak points I've traced in most of them:

  1. Can't design great experiences —> AND copy-pasting competitors
  2. UX debt from the start
  3. Don't have the right team
  4. Lack a systematic process to produce great design FAST

In this talk,

  • We break down for you what you can do for each point.
  • We present to you many use cases and examples of how we address these issues for our clients
  • We present to you Bonanza Design UX Design Process which lasts about three weeks

This is a systematic process that aims to marry speed with quality
And at the end of the talk, we'll have a long Q/A and exchange thoughts

Week 1: Define. Scope. Wireframe
In this phase, we'd
✅ create the user flow of the most pressing user stories
✅ define the app pages and functionalities for each
✅ Wireframe each page and create a low-fidelity prototype
✅ Finalize the scope of Minimum Viable Product (MVP)

Week 2: Design System & Interface Design
✅ Create the Design System
✅ Design for the interactive elements
✅ Design the user interface

Week 3: Interface Design & Usability Testing
✅ Design the user interface
✅ Conduct Usability Testing
✅ Finalize and hand over

About the Facilitator: Behrad Mirafshar
Behrad is a highly experienced UX designer and an active voice in the field of Sustainability, Innovation, and Design Thinking. He studied the latter in Sweden and in 2012, moved to Berlin.
With more than 10 years of experience, he has designed applications for different industries including Automotive, Digital Health, Finance, Fintech, IoT, and HR. To share his expertise he gives Design Thinking workshops, training, and seminars.
Connect with him on LinkedIn

About Us
We are an innovation powerhouse that assists businesses to overcome their most complex growth and design challenges and innovate further -- at an unprecedented pace. We help companies at all stages to:
✔ Accelerate through the digital transformation phase
✔ Define their customer experience strategies
✔ Design applications that matter
✔ Innovate at a faster pace
✔ Move towards a sustainable future

👉 Check out our Instagram
https://www.instagram.com/bonanzadesign/

👉 Check out our website
https://www.bonanza.design

Lean UX Process: Integrating UX into Agile Development

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Agile methodologies are most often used by tech teams to ship new features.

Contrary to the conventional approach (waterfall), Agile approach doubles down on the flexibility of tech teams to be responsive to market and customer changes. Not only tech teams, but entire product teams have started adapting their workflows so they can work hand in hand with the dev team.

An agile sprint lasts between one and two weeks on average and offers less wiggle room for UX designers to practice their own design process. That's the source of complaints from many UX Designers.

In this live event, the Lean Product Innovator & UX Strategist with +12 years of experience, and leader of one of the best UX Design studios in Germany, Bonanza Design, Behrad Mirafshar, will break it down for you:

👉 What is Lean UX Process?
👉 The role of designers in a typical agile process
👉 How can UX designers can be effectively incorporated at all stages of Agile development?

About the speaker: Behrad Mirafshar

Behrad is a highly experienced UX designer and an active voice in the fields of Sustainability, Innovation and Design Thinking. He studied the latter in Sweden and, in 2012, moved to Berlin. With more than 10 years of experience, he has designed applications for different industries including Automotive, Digital Health, Finance, Fintech, IoT, and HR. To share his expertise he gives Design Thinking workshops, trainings, and seminars.

Connect with him on LinkedIn

About Bonanza Design:

We are an innovation powerhouse that assists businesses to overcome their most complex growth and design challenges and innovate further--at an unprecedented pace. We help companies at all stages to:

☑️ Accelerate through the digital transformation phase
☑️ Define their customer experience strategies
☑️ Design applications that matter
☑️ Innovate at a faster pace
☑️ Move towards a sustainable future

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