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Tried and tested methods

Tried and tested methods
based on structured ideation techniques to generate new product and service concepts
© John Knight, 2014

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    • John Knight Aalto University of Arts, Design and Architecture ! Radical Innovation © John Knight, 2014
    • RADICAL INNOVATION Tried and tested methods based on structured ideation techniques to generate new product and service concepts© John Knight, 2014
    • VALUE OF THE APPROACH 20Direct and supported patent applications made in one year
    • PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED Primary Generator Initial ideas that inhibit full exploration of the opportunity Resistance to look beyond the market/technology horizon Tightly defined problems that limit potential for imagination Innovation Horizon Problem Framing
    • SIMPLY THE BEST INNOVATIONS 1 INPUT 1 RESULT Many ideas Few candidates
    • RADICAL INNOVATION ROLES TECHNOLOGY EMPATHY CREATIVITY
    • PROBLEM *DISASSEMBLER SOLUTION **RADICALS Is this the right problem/ Starting point? Method for generating as many ideas as possible? What can singularly provide competitive advantage? **Realistic A Design Ideas that Can Lead to innovative Solutions 4 STAGES OF RADICAL INNOVATION The what︙.. The how︙.. The findings︙.. The result︙.. STATE *Disassemble the current problem/state to generate ideas
    • 6 INNOVATION DISASSEMBLERS Literal Lateral Ladder Liberate Lottery Link
    • MAKE SERVICE SET-UP EASIER PROBLEM DISASSEMBLER LITERAL EXPLORATION MERLIN POTTER GANDALF OZ GRIZEL SOLUTION HIDE THE INNER WORKINGS Brief was to create a set-up wizard - this was explored literally looking at the qualities of famous fictional wizard to see if they could be catalysts for innovation MARKET 1ST
    • IMPROVE SOCIAL MEDIA LOTTERY BETTER WORSE PUBLIC/ PRIVATE ! VIEWS 58 RADICALS 69 RADICALS PROBLEM DISASSEMBLER SOLUTION Two opposing goals (better and worse) were used to generate ideas to improve a product - each term were catalysts for substantially different concepts
    • REINVENT THE SPATULA LIBERATE COMBINE WITH OTHER UTENSILS! MATERIAL PRODUCTION LIFECYCLE USE AESTHETICS PROBLEM DISASSEMBLER SOLUTION Brief was to innovate by analysing an existing product via a number of frames e.g. likely method of production - this enabled development of concepts optimising specific and new features
    • CREATE A NEW SERVICE BASED PRODUCT LATERAL DEVICE AND SERVICE! ROCK TRAIN EAGLE LIGHTHOUSE AIRPORT 12 PATENTS PROBLEM DISASSEMBLER SOLUTION Brief was to create an entirely new product - this was explored laterally by looking at the qualities of random inputs to see if they could be catalysts for innovation
    • INNOVATE USING MOBILE NETWORK LINK SMART ADDRESS BOOK! DEVICE DATA USER 4 PATENTS PROBLEM DISASSEMBLER SOLUTION Brief was to create IP around technology platforms - concepts were generated by combining existing products and services in different ways to identify opportunities for innovation
    • REFERENCESCreation of a Dynamic Contact List in which Contacts are Ordered Depending on their Relevance at a Point in Time Europe GB20090011082 20090626 Issued December 29, 2010 A method of managing communications with the plurality of communicable entities by creating a communication log for use on a terminal, including: for each communicable entity obtaining communication data relating to a plurality of communication types; creating the communication log of communicable entities, and relevant to a particular point in time, by applying an algorithm relating to a listing !Aggregated communications filter Europe EP2203023 (A1) Filed June 30, 2010 In a communications network including a plurality of communication channels through which communications are configured to be transmitted between a plurality of network users, a method of managing communications to be transmitted to a particular user from the plurality of communication channels and/or network users, the method including: receiving a communication from a particular communication !Configuring Telecommunications Terminals to Use Services Europe WO2009136194 (A2) Issued December 11, 2009 The present invention relates to configuring a telecommunications device to make use of services. 
 Current provision of products and services on mobile devices is complex and does not reflect users' known patterns of use. Commonly, setting up software applications requires, finding them, downloading them and then the set-up procedure itself (often including authentication such as checking. !Method, search platform and user device for generating search results Europe EP 2128776 (A1) Filed December 2, 2009 Knight, Clavin and Leon The invention relates to a method for generating search results from an index of a content store, wherein the content store contains a plurality of content items, wherein a search of a content store index is performed in accordance with user search term and wherein the search is furthermore Influenced by meta information, said meta information comprising at least one of device, user and context. !Providing communication services at a mobile terminal in dependence of a foreign recipient's contact data Europe EP 2073502 (A1) Filed June 24, 2007 Knight and Curson The present invention relates to a method for providing communication services at a mobile terminal (1) of a mobile communication network (2), wherein the method is characterized in that it comprises the following steps, which are carried out by at least one part of the mobile communication network: - receiving at least one set of foreign contact data (9) at a mobile terminal (1). !Method and device for providing access to data items Europe EP 2113829 (A1) Filed November 4, 2009 Knight, Clavin and Leon A method for providing access to data items by means of communication device provided with a screen. The method comprises the following steps: -- generating one icon for each received data item; -- associating the one icon to the respective data item; -- displaying the icons on the screen as a function of time when the assigned data item has been received; and -- creating a three-dimensional view. Providing information about a data item Europe 10006690.1 - 1238 Filed June 28, 2010 Nieuwerth and Knight The invention relates to a method for providing information about a data item. In the method, actions performed by at least one user with a copy of the data item in connection with information given by the user are analyzed, at least one keyword is generated for each analyzed action based on the information, and the keywords are added to a metadata list associated with the data item. !Designating a regional code in a phone book for a given number dependent upon a previous call connection event(Link) Europe GB 2479345 (A) Filed October 10, 2011 Knight and Adam In a mobile communication network including a mobile terminal configured to initiate and receive communications using the network, a method of confirming a regional code (i.e. international dialing code/country code) for a given number to which the mobile terminal seeks to initiate a communication, the method including: detecting a communication being initiated between the mobile terminal and the. !
    • @worldofknight Aalto University of Arts, Design and Architecture ! Kiitos © John Knight, 2014