Data products are poised to go mainstream, but only if they are designed well. Most data products are designed by developers for developers. This talk discusses methods from Stanford’s D.School used by companies like Yahoo!, Samsung, and Audi to design break-out products. These principles can help developers get beyond technology and design products for everyday users.
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