Practice makes you perfect
Practice Writing PRDs Building Personas Creating Roadmaps Writing Stories Managing Sprints No Code Dev UX Design Product Teardowns Problem Solving Prioritization Data Analytics Copyrighting Negotiation Story Telling
Master micro skills with Weekly ProductHood Huddle Sprints
Building a product requires mastering large number of micro skills. You need practice, guidance and co-learners to master these micro skills. ProductHood Huddles are weekly sprints to help you become the best at building products.
Past Huddle Sprints
Problems solved during Huddle Sessions
How does it work?
Huddles cover skills across the full product lifecycle from idea to revenue
Learn to take an Idea from start to finish.
User Experience & Design
Build awesome products with great UI/UX
Acquire & retain users at scale
Build strong brand & evangelize product
Create a strong product sales machinery and drive revenues
Business & Leadership
Lead, strategize, communicate & collaborate for success
Few of the skills you can practice in Huddles
Practice writing product requirement documents for a real world product feature
You will create user persona for the user of an actual product and business
Practice creating wireframes for web and mobile applications
Solve product and business problems in a collaborative environment
Practice writing user stories for a real world product feature
No Code Dev
Learn to build different kind of apps using no code tools like Bubble, Webflow or Carrd
What do you get?
Who can participate?
Benefits of Huddle Sprints
One membership, multiple options for your success
Build product under the capstone program
120+ hours of premium content
Weekly live classes
Practice micro skills
Meet industry folks
Build micro skills every week
Most frequent questions and answers
Huddle Sprint is weekly learning cycle to help you practice one specific skill in a community environment.
You will get a chance to pick micro skill like ‘PRD writing’, ‘Problem Solving’, ‘Storytelling’ over a period of 7 days (i.e. one Huddle Sprint).
As an individual, it is very difficult to learn due to various reasons like lack of time, motivation, mentoring.
We help you overcome this hurdles through a community first approach.
Work on the Huddle assignment, submit for the community feedback and showcase in our weekly live sessions.
No, Huddle Sprint is for individual participation every week.
It all depends on you, how deep you want to go. Choice is yours.
Our recommendation is to spend atleast 4-6 hours solving the Huddle problems. This includes reading from various resources.
No. But we would recommend you do it as part of your Think Tank Membership. More you participate, more will be your learning.
Ofcourse, that’s the idea. You will get community feedback and support of our as and when required.
However no 1:1 support will be available.
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