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Design Thinking: Prototype and Testing
Problem Statement: Student needs a way to map classroom and real world.
Idea: No co...
Design Thinking: Prototype and Test
Problem Statement: Student needs a way to map class
room and real world.
Idea: A socia...
Design Thinking Course - Prototype and Test Assignment
Design Thinking Course - Prototype and Test Assignment
Design Thinking Course - Prototype and Test Assignment
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  1. 1. Design Thinking: Prototype and Testing Problem Statement: Student needs a way to map classroom and real world. Idea: No college or job differentiation. Students start jobs before taking any courses and take courses as per their current project or goals. Note: Storyboard used has been scanned and added to the next page. What worked? • Practical aspect associated with theoretical knowledge • Financially good for the person and psychologically will gain confidence • At work place will gain knowledge from experienced employees • Because of this process, acquiring skills in a better way and can perform better • Exposed to different areas because of the workplace • Life doesn’t become a routine What could be Improved • Sometimes you need more knowledge to do a simple task from different sources? • Uniformity in testing the employee as a student? • Transferable of grades? – I need to represent the grading and use of grades better? • Looks like a continuous and never ending process – do I need to represent differently or knowledge gaining is a continuous process? Questions? • How is the student going to get non-linear knowledge procedure? The current system is linear. • If the student-employee doesn’t like in the current job, what next? • If the person wants to go to higher level, what is the process? • If the person wants to start their own company? Ideas • Need to represent the knowledge gained • A person needs a basic foundation in theory with a few courses related to the job she/he is aspiring for, before joining
  2. 2. Design Thinking: Prototype and Test Problem Statement: Student needs a way to map class room and real world. Idea: A social network for students, professors and employers (alumni) to help guide students and interact with.

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