How to become a UX Designer in 2020
August 3, 2020Read More
Understand how to build business models and unlock revenue streams that will allow your business to succeed
It's one thing to design wonderful and useful experiences, but how do you also consider business viability and technical feasibility as part your design work.
Apply for a wider-ranging set of job roles across product development , with more interesting roles, responsibilities. Perhaps even start your own business!
Small class sizes and 1:1 mentoring mean absolutely anyone can learn. Although there are no pre-requisites to taking our courses, having a keen interest in building digital products or services definitely helps.
From climbing the ladder and upskilling for fun, to a total career change. Every student has their own story and at Experience Haus we aim to unlock your potential.
Once you've mastered the methods and tools required to build great digital experiences, why not take your learning further and see what it takes to define strategy, build a team and manage a product development cycle.
Register for the next FREE Product Strategy and Management course overview session and get help choosing the right course for you.
This product management course is a deep dive into every part of the product manager's role, giving the background, methodology, frameworks needed to make new product development a valuable reality.
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This introductory section of the course will explain a fundamental understanding of all the product manager role encompasses every stage and person within the team, and how that includes working with and liaising with the product project stakeholders.
In this section of the course, the aim is to explain that in the planning process, an understanding of product longevity and risks make for effective planning. How a product manager mitigates risks can help drive product success.
Look at how competitor and market comprehension, through research and analysis, allows product managers to develop the new product in a compelling way and with a clear roadmap.
Together we’ll look at how putting together the business models for the product development, looking at pricing and how that factors into revenue and the new products value and lifespan.
Design is a human-centred, ideas-driven process that requires real-time exploration, collaboration and feedback. This makes it perfectly suited to workshop-style learning, where the opportunity to ask questions, debate ideas, co-create with others, and get live input is plentiful.
Whilst the price and convenience of pre-recorded content may be tempting, it is often a false economy. With students often left alone for long periods of time, they get too distracted, frustrated and confused to achieve their goals, and have to invest in live training anyway.
As part of your learning and development you’ll inevitably create fictional project work for your favourite big-name brands. However, a critical part of becoming a design practitioner is managing real clients with very specific objectives, expectations and limited resources. By doing this as part of your course, you’ll not only improve your hard design skills but your soft skills too. Improving your ability to present, rationalise and defend your ideas when interviewing for roles and doing the job.
An important part of a product manager’s essential skills is how to best work within a team, especially around communication and collaboration with various team members. A crucial element of this is how to best communicate vision and requirements to the technical team – you will learn the ins and outs of the methods, tool, and technologies that are being used today by development teams to help progress software development.
|Product Strategy||Lifelong 1:1 Mentoring||<12 Students||100% Live Sessions||Live Client Project||Individual Project||Work Experience||Job Guaranteee||Price|
|Haus||UX/UI Placement Programme||8||£7,200|
|Product Design inc. UX & UI||8||£1,755|
|UX Design Immersive||£9,000|
|Career Foundry||UX Design Programme (Online)||£4,940|
|School of UX||UX & UI Crash Course||£838|
|HyperIsland||User Experience Lab||£1,950|
|UX Academy||Beginner UX Design||£950|
Work alongside senior industry practitioners from companies such as Amazon, Facebook, Huge, John Lewis, The Economist, Matter Of Form and more.
"The Product Management course was brilliant. The instructors were thorough and really took time to help me understand agile processes. Moreover the course helped me fill some holes in my knowledge, which has helped significantly in my current role. Thanks again Experience Haus.”
Technical Product Owner
"Everyone was genuinely friendly and open to help answer any questions. The info session I attended gave me a really good understanding of the course and I was hooked since then."
"The course structure promising to help learn about end-to-end product lifecycle and we were then able to put the theory into practice through a live project"
Go on to work at some of the world’s most exciting and prestigious brands, and enjoy a rich career that realises your full potential.
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