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BUSINESS INNOVATION

The future of business innovation is all about data, design, and creative marketing. Get ready to reimagine your brand through ethnographic trend research, learn how to creatively solve problems with design thinking, and get more out of your data with powerful visualization technology. This 3-course certificate takes you through the design thinking process while giving you the skills to develop predictive marketing techniques and create compelling data visualizations.

What you’ll walk away with:

  • A 5-step iterative design thinking process to empathize, define, ideate, prototype and test your products or ideas
  • Skills to create elements of dashboard design, analyze social networks, and generate tables and graphs using Excel and Tableau
  • An in-depth Futurecast report to predict and leverage new business opportunities

Certificate pricing and details:

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  • 9-credit tuition (3 credits per course): $2,691
  • Non-credit tuition: $2,115
  • Fees: $120 Registration Fee (required for both credit and non-credit options)
  • Duration: 24 weeks

SAVE 10% OFF TUITION WITH CODE “CERT10” AT CHECKOUT WHEN YOU SELECT “APPLY A DISCOUNT” UNDER EACH COURSE.

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Candice Bradley

Candice Bradley is a quantitative anthropologist, teaching courses in the data sciences. She received a Ph.D. in social science from UC Irvine, which has produced the most quantitative anthropologists in the US. She studied women’s empowerment and fertility in Africa and has done research in Kenya and Zimbabwe. Bradley’s underlying interest is in research methods and data analysis, which has led her to the study of data visualization.

Course: Data Visualization Using Excel and Tableau

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Kevin Henry

Kevin Henry is an award-winning product designer, Associate Professor at Columbia College Chicago and the author of Drawing for Product Designers. As Kevin transitioned in his career from the designing physical products to designing ephemeral learning experiences, he used the methods of design thinking to create and assess everything from early product definition to deeper empathy for the end-user, concept ideation, prototyping and final presentation or pitch.

In addition to researching and writing about the current state of design visualization, Kevin also designs learning experiences that are optimized for mobile devices. He is currently working on a series of interactive books designed for the iPad for the learning company The Fourth Teacher L.L.C., which he founded in 2017.

Course: Design Thinking for Creative Problem Solving

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Hollie Jones

Hollie Jones is a marketplace anthropologist who works with global corporations to answer questions about the granular consumer preferences and big picture market shifts that drive timely, data-driven innovation strategies. She has worked with big companies you’ve heard of like Bayer and Burt’s Bees as well as very small companies you haven’t heard of (yet). Jones’s research has impacted product development, brand positioning, message design, customer experience and new market entry strategies. She specializes in using qualitative research to provide an essential context and story for big data, and she has been a champion for the Voice of the Customer throughout her career.

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