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Design thinking project - CNPL

  1. DESIGN THINKINGCNPL Guidebook for Board Volunteers
  2. What exactly is this“DESIGN THINKING”?
  3. DESIGN THINKINGTHINKING like a designer
  4. “Design thinking begins with skillsdesigners have learned over many decadesin their quest to match human needs withavailable technical resources within thepractical constraints of business.” - Tim Brown, CEO for global design company IDEO, Change by Design (2009)
  5. DESIGN THINKING is NOT
  6. Not just aboutpretty things
  7. farty
  8. MEGABRANDING
  9. DESIGN THINKING really IS
  10. Real peopleReal situations
  11. inspiration ! solutions grounded in real-life behaviour
  12. holisticperspectives
  13. TechPeople design thinking Business
  14. “By integrating what is desirable from ahuman point of view with what istechnologically feasible and economicallyviable, …design thinking takes the nextstep into… a vastly greater range ofproblems.” - Tim Brown, CEO for global design company IDEO, Change by Design (2009
  15. PROTOTYPE to learn
  16. BUILD thinkthink BUILD
  17. experiment learn until success
  18. DESIGN THINKING
  19. Show &tell
  20. The BOOk BAG
  21. Design: A Reusable library bag
  22. process
  23. Library users
  24. holisticperspectives
  25. TechPeople social behaviour electronic tags staff behaviour SOPs self-check out user journey book drop low budget design bureaucracy thinking tap on existing resources Business
  26. PROTOTYPE to learn
  27. Prototype early Prototype fast
  28. The BOOk BAG
  29. A book that bags other books. Normally, abook. With a flip, a bag. Being tear- andweather-proof (using Tyvek®) makes the BookBag your trusted friend in carrying heavylibrary books. Easily borrowed and returnedlike any other library book (using RFID tags),the Book Bag finds a natural place in yourreading journey.
  30. gallery Tapping on everyday
  31. Other features: Outer pocket for loan receiptsSimple instructions on
  32. Electronic tagAllows Book Bag to be borrowed andreturned like other NLB books.
  33. “ Design is how it works. ”Read more about the design journey of the Book Bag through this dedicated blog - https://bookbagdesigner.wordpress.com/
  34. BUT…
  35. DESIGN THINKINGLARGERapplications beyond products & services…
  36. Leading DESIGN firmsDESIGN THINKING
  37. Social problems
  38. Businessmodels
  39. organisations
  40. Climate change
  41. ’Exciting, isn t it?
  42. ’ let s talk& see how design thinking can help innovate
  43. Jason Leow | Designeur 9643 1647 popcornprez@gmail.com http://popcornprez.com

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