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    AC4D design library insight combination AC4D design library insight combination Presentation Transcript

    • Insight Combination Jon Kolko Professor, Austin Center for Design
    • Ethnography Synthesis Prototyping Making meaning through abductive sensemaking and reframing Combining data in new ways Identifying patterns and anomalies Judging, and learning 2
    • Insights An insight is a clear, deep, meaningful perception into human behavior in a particular design context. It’s a provocative statement of truth. * And it may be wrong.
    • Insights An insight is a clear, deep, meaningful perception into human behavior in a particular design context. It’s a provocative statement of truth. * And it may be wrong.
    • Insights An insight is a clear, deep, meaningful perception into human behavior in a particular design context. It’s a provocative statement of truth. * And it may be wrong.
    • Insights An insight is a clear, deep, meaningful perception into human behavior in a particular design context. It’s a provocative statement of truth. * And it may be wrong.
    • Design Patterns A design pattern describes a possible solution to a problem, based on problem / solution sets in other contexts.
    • Design Patterns A design pattern describes a possible solution to a problem, based on problem / solution sets in other contexts.
    • Design Patterns A design pattern describes a possible solution to a problem, based on problem / solution sets in other contexts.
    • Insight Combination A method of building on insights and established design patterns in order to create initial design ideas.
    • Insight Combination A method of building on insights and established design patterns in order to create initial design ideas.
    • Insight Combination A method of building on insights and established design patterns in order to create initial design ideas.
    • Insight Combination A method of building on insights and established design patterns in order to create initial design ideas.
    • Insight Combination A method of building on insights and established design patterns in order to create initial design ideas. INSIGHT COMBINATION/ 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Is detailed Is divergent In nonlinear Is generative Is biased
    • I saw this + I know this = Insight 18
    • I saw this + I know this = Insight Data gathered through ethnography, contextual inquiry, questionnaires, and interviews 19
    • I saw this + I know this = Insight Data gathered through ethnography, contextual inquiry, questionnaires, and interviews Guided by ethics & morals, intellectual prowess, and the accumulation of world view and breadth of experience 20
    • I saw this + I know this = Insight Data gathered through ethnography, contextual inquiry, questionnaires, and interviews Guided by ethics & morals, intellectual prowess, and the accumulation of world view and breadth of experience Clear, deep, meaningful perception into human behavior in a particular design context 21
    • I saw this + I know this = Insight + Design Pattern = Design Idea Data gathered through ethnography, contextual inquiry, questionnaires, and interviews Guided by ethics & morals, intellectual prowess, and the accumulation of world view and breadth of experience Clear, deep, meaningful perception into human behavior in a particular design context 22
    • I saw this + I know this = Insight + Design Pattern = Design Idea Data gathered through ethnography, contextual inquiry, questionnaires, and interviews Guided by ethics & morals, intellectual prowess, and the accumulation of world view and breadth of experience Clear, deep, meaningful perception into human behavior in a particular design context A trending paradigm that describes invariant qualities, referencing history and similar solutions 23
    • I saw this + I know this = Insight + Design Pattern = Design Idea Data gathered through ethnography, contextual inquiry, questionnaires, and interviews Guided by ethics & morals, intellectual prowess, and the accumulation of world view and breadth of experience Clear, deep, meaningful perception into human behavior in a particular design context A trending paradigm that describes invariant qualities, referencing history and similar solutions A new, creative concept, somewhat facilitated by existing design paradigms 24
    • Insights go on yellow cards. Provocative statement of truth Unique insight number Evidence from a transcript (citation)
    • Patterns go on blue cards. Pattern, or trending piece of culture and society Unique pattern letter
    • Design ideas go on green cards. Design idea, built on the combination of an insight and a pattern Unique insight and pattern identifier
    • Insight Combination… … with boring old enterprise configuration software …
    • I saw this + I know this = Insight + Design Pattern = Design Idea Data gathered through ethnography, contextual inquiry, questionnaires, and interviews Guided by ethics & morals, intellectual prowess, and the accumulation of world view and breadth of experience Clear, deep, meaningful perception into human behavior in a particular design context A trending paradigm that describes invariant qualities, referencing history and similar solutions A new, creative concept, somewhat facilitated by existing design paradigms
    • Performing Insight Combination 1. Begin to identify insights Examine the data you’ve gathered, and constantly ask the question “why” (and try to answer it). This is an interpretative activity: you are assigning meaning to data. Tell a credible story, but realize you may be wrong. Write the insights on yellow post-it notes. Reference the line numbers from any applicable transcripts, and give each yellow post-it note a unique numeric ID. 32
    • Performing Insight Combination 2. Identify design patterns You can use patterns that are “appropriate” to your context, in order to provoke “safe” ideas. You can use patterns that are extremely disassociated from your context, in order to provoke “wild” ideas. Ideally, you begin to keep a design pattern library. Write the patterns on blue post-it notes. Give each blue post-it note a unique letter ID. 33
    • Performing Insight Combination 3. Combine insights and patterns. Mingle the blue and yellow post-its, moving them around physically, and actively reflecting on potential combinations. Force each combination into a new design idea. Write the idea on a green post-it note. Give each green post-it note a unique design idea ID (referencing both the yellow and blue notes above). Limit yourself to 1 minute per idea; use a timer. 34
    • Insight Combination A method of building on insights and established design patterns in order to create initial design ideas. INSIGHT COMBINATION/ HOW TO DO INSIGHT COMBINATION/ 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1. 2. 3. Is detailed Is divergent In nonlinear Is generative Is biased Begin to identify insights Identify design patterns Combine insights and patterns, to provoke new ideas
    • Jon Kolko Director, Austin Center for Design jkolko@ac4d.com Download our free book, Wicked Problems: Problems Worth Solving, at http://www.wickedproblems.com