Process for locker re-design

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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

    1. 1. Process: How do you solve problems Lakshmi S July 29th 2013 For Design Thinking Action Lab
    2. 2. 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.
    3. 3. 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
    4. 4. 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
    5. 5. Design Process
    6. 6. 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
    7. 7. 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
    8. 8. Prototype • People o Creating a small,keyless acess • Process o Usage frequency+access modes • Space o Available near class
    9. 9. Implement • People o Sample lockers un-weil • Process o Give access to students o Students use it • Space o Movement around the area
    10. 10. Dependencies and steps to problem solving Proces s Problem Constraints Issues & resolutions Design process Project

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