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  • Introduce R&D Model – “the washing machine”Icons by www.servicedesigntools.org
  • Ask the right questions. Identifying what you need the answers for will help you work out what questions you ask. Identifying who the outcome of the research is aimed at helping will enable you to work out how to ask the questions. Break up the question into different stages. You can later you use these as as categories. Use principles as your criteria for evaluating ideas you come up with.http://bit.ly/transformedbyou
  • Ask the right questions. Identifying what you need the answers for will help you work out what questions you ask. Identifying who the outcome of the research is aimed at helping will enable you to work out how to ask the questions. Break up the question into different stages. You can later you use these as as categories. Use principles as your criteria for evaluating ideas you come up with.http://bit.ly/transformedbyou
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    • 1. + = Noel Hatch Research & Design Manager @noelito Supporting Research & Design
    • 2. • Design• Learn • Understand• Stimulate Creativity Collaboration Needs Motivations Principles Products Methods Support
    • 3. Identify what you need the answers for… + =
    • 4. How can the use of technology help people help each other? …to help you identify the questions to ask
    • 5. Help people make sense of the issues…
    • 6. …in a way that you can make sense of them too!
    • 7. Supporters Learners Performers Growers Organisers Categorise the insights to provide you with criteria…
    • 8. …to test out how your solutions would work

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