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TIM 80C: Starting a New Technology Company (SNTC)
Homework #2
Homework #1: Due Thursday, 24 April 2014
Instructions for Homework # 2:
You are allowed to discuss homework problems with members of your project group. However, your problem solutions must be distinctly your own work, and not a copy of any other student’s work.
Use a structured problem solving approach (see class handout).

Problems:
Please read and follow the above instructions before doing the problems.
1. Product Conceptual Design (2 - 3 hours): Apply the Product Design Process to develop a new product design concept for the following products:
A combination washer-dryer.
A smart-phone.
(Since versions of these products already exist on the market, you first
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Each key lesson must be supported with evidence from the text. To the extent possible, attempt to relate these lessons to your own “start-up”.
12. (extra-credit) Product Dissection practice: Dissect any “item” of interest to you which is outside the subject matter of this course, e.g., an organization, the human-body, a game.

TIM 80C: Starting a New Technology Company (SNTC)
Homework #2
Homework #1: Due Thursday, 24 April 2014
Instructions for Homework # 2:
You are allowed to discuss homework problems with members of your project group. However, your problem solutions must be distinctly your own work, and not a copy of any other student’s work.
Use a structured problem solving approach (see class handout).

Problems:
Please read and follow the above instructions before doing the problems.
13. Product Conceptual Design (2 - 3 hours): Apply the Product Design Process to develop a new product design concept for the following products:
A combination washer-dryer.
A smart-phone.
(Since versions of these products already exist on the market, you first may want to dissect an existing version of each product using a FAST diagram.)

14. Market and Competitive Analysis for digital cameras (1.5 -2 hours): Read the entire problem statement before you start work on the solution.
Perform a market and competitive analysis for digital cameras:
What is the size (revenue in dollars) of the digital

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