Typically used as a portion of the product design specification system to understand the importance of emotions and how individuals process information about the product. Three levels of emotional design include the “visceral” (basic information), “behavioral” (functionality and usability), and “reflective” (self-identity and reasoning). Learn more in this blog.
Incorporating digital technology solutions into a business that reshapes the organization and shifts its focus to external customer relationships rather than internal elements. Popular and contemporary examples of digital transformation include digital twins, artificial intelligence, and machine learning. For more terms in the NPD Glossary, click here. copyright
A plan that utilizes digital technology to achieve goals, such as improved operational efficiency, enhanced customer engagement, or advanced product development and innovation. A digital strategy recognizes the impact of digital transformation by seamlessly integrating customer engagement into products, service, and applications. For more Product Innovation Resources, click here
The most frequently implemented project management process for the Agile philosophy. Scrum utilizes a set of fixed time length processes with key roles of the product owner, Scrum master, and Scrum team to develop a new product iteratively by delivering high-value increments to the customer continuously. For more details, please