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This is a "Where are we going" explanation for in introductory course in integrative design processes with a focus on problem finding and framing

This is a "Where are we going" explanation for in introductory course in integrative design processes with a focus on problem finding and framing

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  • A design process can be described as aboveWe begin with observations, from which we gain insights (actionable) from which we generate ideas from which we select solutions. Two good examples that walk you through this cycle come from the IDEO article:BIKEThe bike company observed and noticed that adults stopped riding bikesThey discovered through observations and interactions the insight that high tech bikes were intimidating (product use, purchase, service, etc)They generated the idea to rebuild the bike process and their solutions selected were a new bike (cruisers), new brand, new purchase environment, new service approach, etcFINANCEBOA Keep the changeBOA was seeking to attract, retain, and increase deposits from customersThey shadowed customers and asked about financial planning (observations)They discovered the common notion of a (physical) change jar (insights)They generated ideas on ways to tap into off line behaviors in on line finance (ideas)They selected the solution “Keep the Change” which rounds up purchases to the next whole dollar amount and transfers the difference to a savings account.
  • When you break this design process down for learning and look at preference you can look at each half at a time- Here right to leftThe left half has to do with a preference for reflection and analysisThe right half has to do with active experimentation and synthesizing
  • When you break this design process down for learning and look at preference you can look at each half at a time- Here top to bottomThe bottom half is about concrete experiences- the tangible- What isThe top half is about the abstract- the intangible- what could be
  • Now to look at the 5 types in this context:DIVERGINGgood at seeing concrete situations from multiple perspectivesASSIMILATINGgood at understanding a wide variety of information + putting it in concise logical formCONVERGINGgood at finding practical uses for ideas and theories, solving problemsACCOMMODATINGgood at learning from hands on experienceBALANCEDgood at moving through multiple learning phases, leading design processes

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  • DESIGN THINKING-Problem Finding + Solution Selecting
    (Teaching Innovation, Embedding Design Thinking: Beckman + Barry)
    Abstract
    IDEAS
    INSIGHTS
    Problem Selecting
    Problem Finding
    Solution Finding
    Analysis
    Synthesis
    Solution Selecting
    OBSERVATIONS
    SOLUTIONS
    Concrete
  • DESIGN THINKING-KOLB Learning Styles
    (Teaching Innovation, Embedding Design Thinking: Beckman + Barry)
    Abstract
    Active Experimentation (Synthesis)
    SOLUTION SELECTING
    Reflective Observation
    (Analysis)
    PROBLEM FINDING
    Synthesis
    Analysis
    Concrete
  • DESIGN THINKING-KOLB Learning Styles
    (Teaching Innovation, Embedding Design Thinking: Beckman + Barry)
    Abstract
    Abstract Conceptualization
    Synthesis
    Analysis
    Concrete Experience
    Concrete
  • DESIGN THINKING-KOLB Learning Styles
    (Teaching Innovation, Embedding Design Thinking: Beckman + Barry)
    Abstract
    Conceptualization
    ASSIMILATING
    good at understanding a wide variety of information + putting it in concise logical form
    CONVERGING
    good at finding practical uses for ideas and theories, solving problems
    BALANCED
    good at moving through multiple learning phases, leading design processes
    Reflective
    Observation
    (Analysis)
    Active Experimentation
    (Synthesis)
    DIVERGING
    good at seeing concrete situations from multiple perspectives
    ACCOMMODATING
    good at learning from hands on experience
    Concrete
    Experience
  • DEC: Integrated Design Process: Journey
    WHAT?
    Is DEC?
    Is Design Process
    WHY?
    Use Design Process
    HOW?
    Apply Design Process
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    5
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    15
    DIVERGE
    FRAME + ASSESS
    Reflect
    Assess
    Reflect
    Assess
    Reflect
    Assess
    CONVERGE
  • Off the Wall
    Time of Day 1
    100 Arrows
    Marshmallow Tower
    Observe Exercise
    Rivers + Tides
    7-14-24
    IDEO Shop
    Cart
    Time of Day 2
    Test audit
    assumptions
    Creative abrasion
    Test audit
    assumptions
    Reflect
    Assess
    Reflect
    Assess
    Reflect
    Assess
    Myers
    Briggs
    LEGO
    MAN
    Prototype
    3 ways
    Product autopsy
    PPT + Story
    Checklist manufesto
    ?-Too many exercises, out of context?, more focused reinforcement and link to audit?
  • Brainstorm
    25 opps for intervention
    First Site Visit- Collect Observations
    Second site visit
    Use peers to test- assess audit ideas
    Prep Second Site visit, Tools for interviewing
    Identify Project to Pursue
    Audit
    Introduced
    Refine
    Prototype Audit Site ideas 3 different ways
    Define Intervention + methods of testing
    Final for Class
    Audit Project-
    This is a sample, all processes will differ- the key is the travel from divergent exploration to assessment, framing, and convergence around proposed solution.
  • Off the Wall
    Time of Day 1
    100 Arrows
    Marshmallow Tower
    Observe Exercise
    Rivers + Tides
    7-14-24
    IDEO Shop
    Cart
    Time of Day 2
    Test audit
    assumptions
    Creative abrasion
    Test audit
    assumptions
    Reflect
    Assess
    Reflect
    Assess
    Reflect
    Assess
    Myers
    Briggs
    LEGO
    MAN
    Prototype
    3 ways
    Product autopsy
    PPT + Story
    Checklist manufesto
    Do exercises support and reinforce audit project?
  • DEC: Integrated Design Process: Journey
    2
    1
    3
    4
    5
    6
    7
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    10
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    12
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    15
    Understand team dynamics and how to work well in a team
    Find problems and turn them into opportunities…don’t expect to just be handed problems to solve
    Craft multiple solutions to the problems you find and make sure you identify associated risks and return
    Myers
    Briggs
    Creative abrasion
    Compass
    Observe Exercise
    7-14-24
    Off the Wall
    Rivers + Tides
    Time of Day 1
    IDEO Shop
    Cart
    Checklist manufesto
    Time of Day 2
    Test audit
    assumptions
    Marshmallow Tower
    100 Arrows
    Test audit
    assumptions
    Product autopsy
    PPT + Story
    Prototype
    3 ways
    Are exercises introducing and then reinforcing key learning? Is the “why” behind the “what” clear to faculty? Will it be clear to students?
  • DEC: Integrated Design Process: Journey
    2
    1
    3
    4
    5
    6
    7
    8
    9
    10
    11
    12
    13
    14
    15
    Understand team dynamics and how to work well in a team
    Find problems and turn them into opportunities…don’t expect to just be handed problems to solve
    Craft multiple solutions to the problems you find and make sure you identify associated risks and return
    Use Peers to Test Ideas
    Site Visit
    Observations
    Define Intervention Method + Testing
    Define Project to Pursue
    Tools for Intervention
    Site Visit
    Observations
    25 Opportunities ofr Intervention
    Prototype Event 3 Different Ways
    Refine + Develop
    Final Project
    Audit Project: How is it reinforcing the key learning objectives
  • DEC: Integrated Design Process: Journey
    2
    1
    3
    4
    5
    6
    7
    8
    9
    10
    11
    12
    13
    14
    15
    Understand team dynamics and how to work well in a team
    Find problems and turn them into opportunities…don’t expect to just be handed problems to solve
    Craft multiple solutions to the problems you find and make sure you identify associated risks and return
    Myers
    Briggs
    Creative abrasion
    Compass
    Use Peers to Test Ideas
    Observe Exercise
    7-14-24
    Off the Wall
    Site Visit
    Observations
    Define Intervention Method + Testing
    Define Project to Pursue
    Rivers + Tides
    Time of Day 1
    IDEO Shop
    Cart
    Tools for Intervention
    Site Visit
    Observations
    25 Opportunities ofr Intervention
    Checklist manufesto
    Prototype Event 3 Different Ways
    Refine + Develop
    Time of Day 2
    Test audit
    assumptions
    Marshmallow Tower
    Test audit
    assumptions
    Product autopsy
    100 Arrows
    Final Project
    PPT + Story
    Prototype
    3 ways
    Audit Project: How is it reinforcing the key learning objectives