Demos and mock ups of new products, a website to showcase the new offering, an emotional movie to get a go sign from your bosses. Things that required us to ask the help of internal or external designers and engineers are now becoming possible to make ourselves. After years of designing new products and services for innovating companies, IDEO can say with confidence that things move exponentially faster when the project team can prototype things themselves. It’s time for each of us to start executing ideas.
The standard program is 6 weeks, but we can flexibly adjust to each organization's needs
30 people per organization
IDEO Tokyo studio (1 min walk from Omotesando station, MAP)
※ We're still looking for a warehouse, so in the meantime our classes will take place at Omotesando
Japanese or English
8M〜20M JPY (depends on the program structure)
TEAMS AND DIVISIONS
Any divisions or teams are welcome, but the most common asks we get are often from new biz divisions or HR divisions
HOW TO APPLY
Please reach out to us to firstname.lastname@example.org . We would love to first hear from you about your organization needs, and we will get back to you with a proposal on program content, duration and pricing
Unlike the student program, Prototyping School for Business is a custom made program for each organization. The standard program is 6 weeks, consisting of 3 weeks of prototyping modules of your choice and 3 weeks of individual project mentoring, but we are highly flexible to cater to your needs as much as possible.
* The details of the program may change.
Can we mix in people from multiple divisions and teams?
Absolutely. As long as it's within the 30 people capacity, there is no problem in participating from multiple divisions or teams.
Is this a program for engineers and designers?
No, quite the contrary. This program aims to empower people who do not practice design or engineering on a day to day basis by providing them the techniques of modern, no-code prototyping.
Can we participate in this program online?
We plan to offer online classes once we start to get the hang of it, but until then we will not be offering online participation options.