7 Stages of Design Thinking Debriefed

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7 Design Thinking Debriefed Stages of

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1 Empathize 1 “The work you do to understand people within your design challenge” Design Thinking

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Empathize 1 It calls for the need to develop human-centered approach that takes into account all technology considerations along with the human factor.

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Empathize 1 The problems a design thinker tries to solve are not their own. The big question is how to empathize?

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Empathize 1 To create innovative designs, connect with people and seek their stories in 3 steps: Engage Observe Listen

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2 Define 1 “Identifying the actual problem is the key to the right design solution” Design Thinking

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Define 1 At the defining stage of the process, it is all about bringing clarity and establishing focus on the design. This will help you explore more ideas quickly.

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Define 1 It is an explicit expression of a problem, a design thinker intends to express. The big question is how to express?

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Define 1 To define the problem statement of the brief, articulate a point of view with these 3 elements: User Need Insight

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3 Ideate 1 “It is a process of idea generation that starts from concepts and goes to outcomes” Design Thinking

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Ideate 1 Coming up with a chic idea is easy but ideation requires the broadest range of ideas. To ideate solutions, the design team harnesses one of the multitude of art and design movements or paradigms.

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Ideate 1 Ideation is about pushing for a widest possible range of ideas that are open to you and that can be executed. The question is what are the techniques for ideation?

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Ideate 1 The techniques require building around a selected concept or idea in a way that you give voice to your imagination or creativity. There are 3 ways to do this. Sketching mindmapping bodystorming

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4 Prototype 1 “Design prototyping allows the design ideas to be tested which provides a ground for comparison” Design Thinking

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Prototype 1 It is an iterative generation of artifacts intended to answer questions that get you closer to your final solution. The trick is to keep sailing steady!

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Prototype 1 Just like a picture is worth a thousand words, a prototype is worth a thousand picture. It’s only a question of how a prototype should look like?

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Prototype 1 A prototype should look exactly like your idea on paper. The closer your prototype is the better will be the design solution. This is how it should look like. Crisp Clear Focused

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5 Select 1 “In the selection stage, one of the proposed deigns are picked if they appear fit for purpose (design brief).” Design Thinking

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Select 1 The winning design is the one that closely meets the design brief, or at least cover a significant part of it. If it covers both than that is an additional bonus.

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Select 1 A designer may advance with what he thinks are the best design solutions to the client, but client has an eye on their business. So how can you show what the client wants to see?

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Select 1 Make the selection process evident for your client. Present your choice in a way that it gets approved. So you have to make it: prominent unique convincing

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6 Implement 1 “The designer passes the artwork and format to those who will be supplying the final product.” Design Thinking

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Implement 1 This is the phase during which the production specifications are finalized and designs are given the shape of reality.

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Implement 1 The implementation phase also accounts for testing the functionality as well as the visual appearance. The question is how to make the execution work?

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Implement 1 It begins with the testing and analysis of the completed design. Basically, it’s an iterative process that must be: tested measured reflected

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7 Feedback 1 “This stage identifies what worked well and where there is room for improvement.” Design Thinking

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Feedback 1 It is an open ended communication between the client and designer at which the measure and identify whether or not to continue with the selected design.

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Feedback 1 This is the learning phase to pick inadequacies in the brief or lack of understanding of key points. The question is how to identify the key points?

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Feedback 1 Sit together and deduce what aids the feedback process and how to strengthen the relationship with the client. These 3 tips will work: Reiterate Dialogue Enhance

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