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Solution Flow - Reflection for Design Thinking
Solution Flow - Reflection for Design Thinking
Solution Flow - Reflection for Design Thinking
Solution Flow - Reflection for Design Thinking
Solution Flow - Reflection for Design Thinking
Solution Flow - Reflection for Design Thinking
Solution Flow - Reflection for Design Thinking
Solution Flow - Reflection for Design Thinking
Solution Flow - Reflection for Design Thinking
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Solution Flow - Reflection for Design Thinking

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  • 1. Mindful Process Reflection for Design Thinking An Inspired Concept by: Meamya Christie Date: 7/27/2013
  • 2. Every Challenge Has A Song to be Discovered 2: The Process • Then, Define The Challenge 3: Holistic Approach • The Caregiver and Collaborator at Work 4: Pitch, Reflect, Perfect • Test Solution for Flow 5: Implementation • This key is necessary 6: Refine • Adjust as needed • Close Challenge 1: What is that Song? • First, observe and try to find a rhythm
  • 3. Step 1:Defining The Challenge As I reflect on my personal process for solving a challenge. I realize that I have not had any formal training in this area. However, I am confident saying that my approach is indeed “holistic”. What is that song I hear?
  • 4. Step 1: Define Challenge Observe Situation From a Technical and Human Perspective Step 2: Gather Input Take Survey of Audience Needs, Wants, and Desires Step 3: Incorporate talents Draft A Viable Solution, test for flow and functionality Step 4: Pitch and Reflect Ask team to approve drafted solution Step 5: Implement Timeline Adjust as Needed Step 6: Refine the Reality From first glance, things aren’t always what the seem. So before I begin a challenge, I try to analyze the wholeness of a matter by looking at the technical and human characteristics. This helps me to properly DEFINE THE CHALLENGE and find a rhythm.
  • 5. • I’m not afraid to work alone however, I do understand that I don’t have all of the answers to everything. As a collaborator, I bring the human experience to a diverse team. Together, we draft a viable solution. Even in this role, I am The Caregiver for the team. STEP 2: GATHER INPUT • It is true, I identify with the caregiver, In facing a challenge, I take to heart the concerns of the people involved in the solution’s intended outcome. I try understand the audience I am creating for from a human-centered experience. STEP 3: INCORPORATE TALENTS The Holistic Approach Is The Caregiver & Collaborator at Work It Seems to Make More Sense When You Connect the Heart to the Solution
  • 6. Step 4: Pitch, Reflect, Perfect Here We Pitch The Drafted Solution, Reflect on the Flow of human design, and Adjust As Needed
  • 7. Once the drafted solution is accepted, implementation is the key to completing the challenge. As a collaborator, this is where I recognize the true value in having a MIGHTY VOICE on the team. In other words, a results-oriented person who can help the team move concepts to reality. Otherwise, it’s just talk. Step 5: Implementation is Key Sing The New Song Loud
  • 8. Step 6: Refine the Reality: If there are bumps found in the design: 1) Re-visit Step 2 of the process &, 2) Move forward in accordance to the timeline
  • 9. Now We Have Solution Flow, A Holistic Approach to Design Thinking

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