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  • IDEO Student Deskchairs are hooks. Space under desk for a backpackIt has a bucket seat that swivelsWheels!Desktops integrate like a conference table
  • With our experience may come assumptions, misconceptions and stereotypes. This restricts empathy. Rules: Don’t Judge. Question everything. Be truly curious. Find patterns. Listen. Be intentional with your observations. Use all of your senses to observe. What are you smelling, feeling, seeing through the experience.
  • Gain a fresh perspective.

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  • 1. DESIGN THINKING FOR EDUCATORS www.thecreativitycollective.com
  • 2. Design Thinking applies the tools and processes from the design disciplines (architecture, landscape architecture, interior design, graphic design, product design, apparel design and others) to solve problems. www.thecreativitycollective.com
  • 3. IDEO Shopping Cart Design 5 day Shopping Cart Challenge www.thecreativitycollective.com
  • 4. An experienced design thinker maintains a mindset which instinctively reframes problems into opportunities. www.thecreativitycollective.com
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  • 7. Design Thinking Process Adapted from Stanford d.school and designthinkingforeducators.com www.thecreativitycollective.com
  • 8. DIVERGENCE AND CONVERGENCE The Process Visualized www.thecreativitycollective.com
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  • 10. DISCOVERY Observe. Engage. Immerse. www.thecreativitycollective.com
  • 11. Assume a Beginner’s Mindset Empathy requires intentional Observation www.thecreativitycollective.com
  • 12. Tactic: Interviews Encourage stories, observe emotion & body language, ask why? www.thecreativitycollective.com
  • 13. Tactic: Analogous Inspiration Maps Create inspiration boards for insights www.thecreativitycollective.com
  • 14. INTERPRETATION Searching for Insights & Scope a Challenge www.thecreativitycollective.com
  • 15. Tactic: Story Share and Capture Unpack Observations and Get Team Members up to Speed www.thecreativitycollective.com
  • 16. Tactic: Saturate and Group Organize information & Synthesize Data www.thecreativitycollective.com
  • 17. Tactic: Empathy Map Create a Deep Understanding of the User www.thecreativitycollective.com
  • 18. Tactic: Composite Character Profile Focus on Salient and Relevant Characteristics of the Composite Character www.thecreativitycollective.com
  • 19. Next Steps As you fully discover and define the problem you want to solve, move into the idea generation or brainstorming stage www.thecreativitycollective.com
  • 20. I LIKE, I WISH, WHAT IF… Before you leave… www.thecreativitycollective.com
  • 21. Thanks for being crazy.