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I presented this on 18th December at InRev Systems in Bangalore. The Q & A ran for 3 hours!

I presented this on 18th December at InRev Systems in Bangalore. The Q & A ran for 3 hours!

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Design Thinking For Entrepreneurs Presentation Transcript

  • 1. For entrepreneurs
    Design Thinking
    Arun Pattnaik
  • 2. What isDesign?
    Style
    Layouts
    Colors
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  • 4.
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  • 7. It isaprocess by which an artifactis brought into existence.
  • 8. What isDesign Thinking?
    Nah, It’s not the same as design.
  • 9. Design thinking is a creative process based around the “building up” of ideas.
    Wikipedia
  • 10. BS ;)
  • 11. It's a mindset of combining creative and analyticalthinking and applying it towards solving a specific problem
  • 12. Design Thinking combines creative and analytical thinking
  • 13.
  • 14. Google Image Labeler
  • 15. Penny Auctions
  • 16. TwitterPeek
  • 17. Mafia Wars
  • 18. Yext
  • 19. Design Thinking
  • 20. It’s both Abductive& Deductive
  • 21.
  • 22. Thenwhat isINNOVATION
  • 23. It’s a byproduct of Design Thinking
    It’s being comfortable going forward in a state of uncertainty
    It's believing that the best solutions are yet to be found
    It’s the willingness to fail early and fail often.
  • 24. UnfortunatelyThat’s NOTwhat we learn at school!
    Mistakes are punished. Failure is not tolerated. Mistakes are learning Experiences. Failure breeds success. Given the questions; find the right answers. Ask great questions; find the best answers.
  • 25. Whatmakes a good Design Thinker?
    An observing eye and a constant sense of wonder. A questioning mindset that goes beyond the obvious. 
    The willingness to experiment and build.
  • 26. Hardwiring
    Our brainis NOT hardwired to pay attention to multiple things at once.
  • 27.
  • 28. Multitasking-XStoryboarding-√
  • 29. The biggest obstacleto change is NOTyour competition, it's the way you currently dothings.
  • 30.
  • 31. Build quick prototypes.Iterate quickly
  • 32. Merely making things that work (badly) isn't enough. And if you can't do it right there are other people all over the world who can andwant to andeventually will!
  • 33. Design thinking is NOT about the product, it's about people! Its the age of user experience.
  • 34. +veemotional experience
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  • 36. Discourage rigid roles
  • 37. The most inspiring quote from a founder I’ve worked with.
    “This looks exciting and scaryLet’s do it!”
  • 38. think
  • 39. Cheers!
    Arun Pattnaik
    Based on Amir’s Design Thinking for Startups.