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From Idea to Execution - How to get an Idea?
From Idea to Execution - How to get an Idea?
From Idea to Execution - How to get an Idea?
From Idea to Execution - How to get an Idea?
From Idea to Execution - How to get an Idea?
From Idea to Execution - How to get an Idea?
From Idea to Execution - How to get an Idea?
From Idea to Execution - How to get an Idea?
From Idea to Execution - How to get an Idea?
From Idea to Execution - How to get an Idea?
From Idea to Execution - How to get an Idea?
From Idea to Execution - How to get an Idea?
From Idea to Execution - How to get an Idea?
From Idea to Execution - How to get an Idea?
From Idea to Execution - How to get an Idea?
From Idea to Execution - How to get an Idea?
From Idea to Execution - How to get an Idea?
From Idea to Execution - How to get an Idea?
From Idea to Execution - How to get an Idea?
From Idea to Execution - How to get an Idea?
From Idea to Execution - How to get an Idea?
From Idea to Execution - How to get an Idea?
From Idea to Execution - How to get an Idea?
From Idea to Execution - How to get an Idea?
From Idea to Execution - How to get an Idea?
From Idea to Execution - How to get an Idea?
From Idea to Execution - How to get an Idea?
From Idea to Execution - How to get an Idea?
From Idea to Execution - How to get an Idea?
From Idea to Execution - How to get an Idea?
From Idea to Execution - How to get an Idea?
From Idea to Execution - How to get an Idea?
From Idea to Execution - How to get an Idea?
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From Idea to Execution - How to get an Idea?

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Most of us face a mind block when we try to do some innovation or design. One of the first roadblock is to get the first idea. This presentation will explain simple ways to generate ideas and refine …

Most of us face a mind block when we try to do some innovation or design. One of the first roadblock is to get the first idea. This presentation will explain simple ways to generate ideas and refine them to a state where a thought becomes an idea

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  • 1. From Idea to Execution Adesh Singh Principal Designer, Yahoo!
  • 2. What’s an Idea?
  • 3. An Idea
  • 4. Bright Idea
  • 5. Green Idea
  • 6. Business Idea
  • 7. Broken Idea
  • 8. Small Idea
  • 9. Big Idea
  • 10. Many Ideas
  • 11. No Ideas
  • 12. An idea is a thought or a concept, which proposes acourse of action to achieve a desired goal
  • 13. IDEAGENERATION
  • 14. Do you use this to get ideas?
  • 15. Diverge First
  • 16. Then Converge
  • 17. Use Brainstorming to Diverge
  • 18. 5 Golden Rules of Brainstorming1. Postpone and withhold your judgment of ideas2. Encourage wild and exaggerated ideas3. Quantity counts at this stage, not quality4. Build on ideas put forward by others5. Every person and every idea has equal worth
  • 19. Six Thinking Hats
  • 20. Enough ofdiverging…Let’s get to the solution
  • 21. Convergence FunnelProblem Business Users DefiningDefinition Goals Consideration Constraints
  • 22. Identify your target users
  • 23. Define Constraints User Adoption Price Resources Sensitivity LowBandwidth Idea Time
  • 24. IdeaVisualization
  • 25. Workflow Diagrams
  • 26. How about some quick and dirty methods?
  • 27. Wireframes
  • 28. Paper Mockups
  • 29. Online Wireframing Tools - Balsamiq
  • 30. Storyboards
  • 31. Let’s aim for the solutionswhich user’s simply admire
  • 32. Customers don’t buy products and services. They pay for the value. It’s time we think about the valuecreation by giving best experiences to our users
  • 33. A quick recap1. Conduct a quick brainstorm in your group2. Define a problem statement3. Identify constraints, target users and business goals (If any)4. Visualize your ideas in storyboard, wireframes or use-cases

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