Log of what of Celina Daniels has learned at Techie Youth

Fri. Aug. 5, 2022

How to Design Products for the Lowest Price

I learned that when you want to create or design products for people by using the least amount of laser machine time to engrave the smallest amount of material sheet, you should try not to go for the most expensive thing. If you want to design something very big you will need to use more materials. this means that you would have to use more laser time to do your engraving and cutting. It all depends on how complex you want your designs to be. If I wanted my designs to have a lot of engraving and cuts in it, means that I will need to use more laser time to complete this.

I also learned how to sell digital goods, digital assets, and how to create them.

The topic on how to create high converting Facebook ad campaigns from local market university was interesting. However, sometimes the Ads on Facebook makes me wonder how long it would actually take me to create one. I also learned how to create a membership site.

I also enjoyed the topic on fundraising and selling computer designed objects and technological crafts.

Thu. Aug. 4, 2022

Artificial Intelligence

Today I learned about creating different Apps, and also how to make them if I wanted to make a living doing that for a job. The videos are pretty cool to watch because they break everything down for you to be able to understand it in simple terms. Artificial Intelligence is kind of interesting because you get to program computers to do that humans would normally do. They can help you translate many different languages, and also help you to make certain decisions.

Tue. Aug. 2, 2022

Product Manager

I've learned how much money a product manager makes a year and how much work that they do. I also learned that there are seven core traits to being a good product manager:

1. You must have empathy meaning that you must be able to understand and also share someone else's feelings.

2. You must be an active listener, by doing this you must be able to understand what the person is going through and try to come up with a solution that would help them.

3. The curiosity part is almost like being nosey because you have to pay attention to your competition, and also try to stay up to date with new technology and be able to get involved with your audience.

4. Intellectual honesty -I learned that you must be able to explain what you learned or researched and also be able to show results.

5. Basic understanding of statistics was interesting because you have to be able to think on your feet and also make good judgments so that your audience would continue to be interested in what you're discussing and trying to offer them.

6. Root cause analysis and high IQ- this means that you would really have to dig deep to make sure that your product makes sense and that all of your dots connect in order for your product to work correctly.

7. Visual communications where you actually can bring your ideas to life, by being able to draw them or develop them on the computer and explore different ways to bring them to life to present them to your audience.

Thu. Jul. 14, 2022

% Color Grading mistakes you should avoid