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Education Design

  1. 1. Joe Houde Brass Ring Training
  2. 2. “Design is the shaping of objects and interactions to a specific purpose” Starck
  3. 3. P r e s e n t i n g P r o b l e m Learning Outcome C o n s t r a i n t s Design material Design Design Document, Storyboard, Schedule
  4. 4. Design Process Design Frameworks What architects do What art makes us feel Design Experience How products limit and enable us
  5. 5. “Design is a series of conversations between the architect, the client and the project” - Schon Conversations shape the problem.
  6. 6. Sharing Expertise Uncovering constraints Declaring Learning outcome Making problems from a mess
  7. 7. Significant part of design problem lies in relating to what exists Watch out for the “expert trap” – trying to solve with an incomplete framing
  8. 8. Expert Empty vessel
  9. 9. ¬ Learning outcome is not behavioral learning objectives ¬ Measurability is a later concern ¬ Learning outcome is the answer to the simple question
  10. 10. What change in behavior, knowledge or attitude do we want to occur due to this experience?
  11. 11. Presenting Problem Learning Outcome Design
  12. 12. Single quality – learning outcome Sense of growing meaning –towards learning outcome Internal integrity Pattern and structure -Flows logically Pauses
  13. 13. Early conversations with clients need to be about discovery Designers need to be able to create problems from messes Purpose of constraints is to ensure the designed system performs the function desired.
  14. 14. Regulations on F1 cars are fundamentally necessary to innovation.Gordon Murray
  15. 15. Participant Diversity Time Participant experience Content Methods Technology Logistics Physiology Organizational structures Social
  16. 16. Method Social Logistics
  17. 17. Learning OutcomeC o n s t r a i n t s Design material Design Design Document, Storyboard, Schedule C o n s t r a i n t s Design ing Outcome Learning Outcome
  18. 18. Evaluation is part of good design, but not the primary motivator
  19. 19. We are all detectives, searching for clues to enable us to function in this complex world – Don Norman

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