Advert and Bright Ideas Final

Last week was busy and very exciting! We were preparing for the advertisement. Everything was in making: the studio and the camera were booked, Jo agreed to help us with the filming, my friend Joao confirmed to be in our add, I prepared the choreography and Vivien sent us her beautiful songs, we had the... Continue Reading →

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Trade fair

Preparing for the trade fair was hard, mainly because  the product wasn't ready and we felt like we didn't have enough to put on the stand. After few meetings and a lot of brainstorming we made decisions of what we should present. The feeling I had about our stand on the day of the trade... Continue Reading →

Bright Ideas Sprint !

This semester started very dynamically. We started working on our first MVP and the preparation for the trade show. We had to make decisions about our logo, finalise the name, pick materials, contact tailors, design the stand… and stay calm. So many decisions to make. I feel a bit overwhelmed with the amount of work... Continue Reading →

Dragons’ Den

The last few weeks were very intense. We only came up with our idea two weeks before the Dragons’ Den and we had a lot to work on. We had to specify many things regarding our product. Create an initial design, come up with the name and prepare five minutes presentation. The whole team worked... Continue Reading →

What is MVP ?

In my previous blog about the new venture development, I wrote about the Lean start-up technique and build – measure- learn process presented by Eric Ries in the ‘The lean start-up: How constant innovation creates radically successful business’. One of the tolls of the lean start-up approach is creating an MVP (minimum valuable product) What... Continue Reading →

The gift- giving challenge

In our first class of design thinking we have been given an introduction task. The challenge was to redesign the gift-giving experience for one of our classmates in less than 1h. I was working with Ed. We started off with an interview. Each of us had only 4 minutes to ask questions and grasp a... Continue Reading →

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