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Process for locker re-design



as part of the DT Action lab online course assignment for "Process to solve problems"

as part of the DT Action lab online course assignment for "Process to solve problems"



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  • The following slides show several examples of timelines using SmartArt graphics.Include a timeline for the project, clearly marking milestones, important dates, and highlight where the project is now.

Process for locker  re-design Process for locker re-design Presentation Transcript

  • Process: How do you solve problems Lakshmi S July 29th 2013 For Design Thinking Action Lab
  • Problem Overview • Suppose you have been hired to re- design the student lockers at a large public high school. What PROCESS would you use to tackle this project? Describe the most important steps.
  • Constraints • Lockers o Size o Shape o Colour • Students o Height, weight, habits of students o Exposure on locker usage • High-School o Classroom, college, community
  • Issues and Resolutions • Locker(s) are usage patterns • Re-design with student inputs • What and how did it impact the project? o Time- few days o Cost-less money o Other-Source of materials +support from school
  • Design Process
  • Understand • People o Student requirements via Interview o Scope of the student • Process o Usage frequency o Access modes o Synthesis on solutions • Space o Access modes o School campus
  • Ideate • People o Ideas generated • Process o Cluster the ideas o Define Point of view o Re-design the problem • Space o To access the locker
  • Prototype • People o Creating a small,keyless acess • Process o Usage frequency+access modes • Space o Available near class
  • Implement • People o Sample lockers un-weil • Process o Give access to students o Students use it • Space o Movement around the area
  • Dependencies and steps to problem solving Proces s Problem Constraints Issues & resolutions Design process Project