A S S I G N M E N T : T A K E I T H O M E – A P P L Y D E S I G N T H I N K I N G
DESIGN THINKING ACTION LAB
Submitted by:...
AGENDA
 Takeaways
 Process map
 Design thinking reflection
Design thinking action lab
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TAKEAWAYS - 1
 Design thinking is more than what you think and it
makes you think by stretching your capabilities
 The i...
TAKEAWAYS - 2
 Every person is creative enough to generate many
solutions to a single problem. The only thing is we
have ...
TAKEAWAYS - 3
 You learn and work more when working in a team,
instead of working alone.
 You can share and exchange inf...
PROCESS MAP
 Reflect Inside
 Meet and Learn
 How is my workspace?
 Creative methods to solve problems
 Now, define
 ...
PROCESS MAP: REFLECT INSIDE
 A bit difficult exercise, as it made me to introspect
and find out the expectations from the...
PROCESS MAP: MEET AND LEARN
 Forming a squad was never a difficult task, as I
joined the team of my friends.
 Further ex...
PROCESS MAP: HOW IS MY WORKSPACE?
 I never realized that the workspace can matter to
such a great extent in the creative ...
PROCESS MAP: CREATIVE METHODS TO
SOLVE PROBLEMS
 I have never thought of the creative ways of solving
problem. The design...
PROCESS MAP: NOW, DEFINE!
 I understood that defining the problem statement is
very crucial tool to solve the problem its...
PROCESS MAP: IDEATE, MAN!!
 Creating ideas is fun as well as challenging
 The solution oriented fun gives more joy, as y...
PROCESS MAP: PROTOTYPE AND TEST
 Gathering ideas was a bit difficult stage, but the
most difficult, challenging and of-co...
DESIGN THINKING REFLECTION
• I’m daily working on the projects that have an
impact on people, in the digital market, eithe...
DESIGN THINKING REFLECTION
I believe that the use of
stick board and
empathy map will help in
solving most of the
problems...
DESIGN THINKING REFLECTION
• Because I have been applying the concept of
design thinking at my work, I’m confident and
pre...
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  1. 1. A S S I G N M E N T : T A K E I T H O M E – A P P L Y D E S I G N T H I N K I N G DESIGN THINKING ACTION LAB Submitted by: Aniket Vaidya Team NMark Hyderabad, India
  2. 2. AGENDA  Takeaways  Process map  Design thinking reflection Design thinking action lab 2
  3. 3. TAKEAWAYS - 1  Design thinking is more than what you think and it makes you think by stretching your capabilities  The ideas become solutions when they are noted down on paper and classified according to the preferences Design thinking action lab 3
  4. 4. TAKEAWAYS - 2  Every person is creative enough to generate many solutions to a single problem. The only thing is we have to push ourselves and think out of the box to solve the problem  Also creativity can be developed and sharpened to a greater extent Design thinking action lab 4
  5. 5. TAKEAWAYS - 3  You learn and work more when working in a team, instead of working alone.  You can share and exchange information, learning, doubts, experiences etc. which ultimately leads to ‘learning from experiences’ Design thinking action lab 5
  6. 6. PROCESS MAP  Reflect Inside  Meet and Learn  How is my workspace?  Creative methods to solve problems  Now, define  Ideate, man!  Prototype and Test Design thinking action lab 6
  7. 7. PROCESS MAP: REFLECT INSIDE  A bit difficult exercise, as it made me to introspect and find out the expectations from the course, where I was not fully aware of the course agenda  It helped me to take this course seriously Design thinking action lab 7
  8. 8. PROCESS MAP: MEET AND LEARN  Forming a squad was never a difficult task, as I joined the team of my friends.  Further exercises were individual and hence I discussed my assignments and views of problem and its solutions with my squad.  It helped a lot. In short, peer learning is the best way to learn Design thinking action lab 8
  9. 9. PROCESS MAP: HOW IS MY WORKSPACE?  I never realized that the workspace can matter to such a great extent in the creative process  Now I know the best way to organize and set my workspace in a way it will help improve my daily work, instead of being just a space Design thinking action lab 9
  10. 10. PROCESS MAP: CREATIVE METHODS TO SOLVE PROBLEMS  I have never thought of the creative ways of solving problem. The design thinking helps us to understand the problem and its reasons deeply and lead to the most feasible solution available  Now I am much confident to solve problems in due course of time Design thinking action lab 10
  11. 11. PROCESS MAP: NOW, DEFINE!  I understood that defining the problem statement is very crucial tool to solve the problem itself. It can be done by interviewing the person in need  We can learn a lot of things ranging from passion, ideas, thoughts, complains, dreams, problems - we’ll never know it if there is no interview  Sometimes we plan in the projects in our workspace and forget how are the people we are doing the project for  Maybe the interview process makes the project take a total inverse direction, as the reality can be different than what you had thought Design thinking action lab 11
  12. 12. PROCESS MAP: IDEATE, MAN!!  Creating ideas is fun as well as challenging  The solution oriented fun gives more joy, as you approach to solve the problem as well as you enjoy the process at the same time  The quality ideas are gathered by brainstorming and thinking deeply in to the problem Design thinking action lab 12
  13. 13. PROCESS MAP: PROTOTYPE AND TEST  Gathering ideas was a bit difficult stage, but the most difficult, challenging and of-course likable stage was creating a prototype and testing it.  It gave me immense confidence and now I can handle problem effectively and find out the solution  It’s ‘mind-opening’ to get off the computer and really create something that might be the solution, even if the final product will be something digital, making it with your own hands gets you really into to it, deeper than in digital, which helps you understand at all the best ways to finalize the product, creatively Design thinking action lab 13
  14. 14. DESIGN THINKING REFLECTION • I’m daily working on the projects that have an impact on people, in the digital market, either the college or at work • This course gave me mindsets and helped me create my own process to solve problems • When you depend on others’ process or methods, the work process gets very limited Design thinking action lab 14
  15. 15. DESIGN THINKING REFLECTION I believe that the use of stick board and empathy map will help in solving most of the problems and I have been using the same tools to solve the problems using the concept of design thinking 15 Design thinking action lab
  16. 16. DESIGN THINKING REFLECTION • Because I have been applying the concept of design thinking at my work, I’m confident and prepared on my own creative process now, knowing how to identify where I am, the objectives and how can I achieve them • Another thing very important is the collaboration - with your group/team and with people that might give you insights, even as just interviewees • This step is really important for the final results of the output, and when you realize that the involvement of others can help and elevate your work, the project as a whole becomes complete and real Design thinking action lab 16
  17. 17. 17 THANK YOU!!

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