Knowing what product features you need to prototype



Tim Ferris, bestselling author of “4 Hour Work Week”, “4 Hour Body” and “4 Hour Chef”, and angel investor and adviser to companies such as Facebook, Twitter, StumbleUpon and Uber, covers identifying what your prototype needs to achieve, and some creative ways of making one.





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Task

1. Identify the points your prototype needs to achieve.

2. Identify only the features the prototype needs to achieve those points, e.g being a “looks like” or “works like” prototype.



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