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Design Thinking Process | How to Use Data to Change Policy Design Thinking Process | How to Use Data to Change Policy Presentation Transcript

  • LEGISLATIVE PLAYBOOK DESCRIPTION OF DESIGN SOLUTION Created by Blue Tiger Team (DC Action for Children – DT:DC Blue Team Members) Queirra Fenderson Blair Corcoran Nahal Tavangar Geryl Walsh Jay Borthen
  • ” “ How might we help at-risk children in DC by connecting the people who serve them to the data they need to be change-makers in key policy areas like education, health and poverty-reduction? Challenge Statement
  • Our Design Process
  • Thus, our reframed problem statement became … Interview insights led to 2 CORE ASSUMPTION S DC Action for Children (DCA4C) needs to provide its data in a way that creates awareness & drives utilization. 1. Council Members are reactive and focus on low hanging fruit 2. The biggest way to make a true impact is by mobilizing the people
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  • The results of our ideation sessions provided the framework for our first prototype! • A two-sided platform that creates awareness among the public on important issues, so that they will act. • This will encourage Council Members to utilize DCA4C’s data and make more informed decisions. Creating our prototype!
  • The results of our ideation sessions provided the framework for our first prototype! • A two-sided platform that creates awareness among the public on important issues, so that they will act. • This will encourage Council Members to utilize DCA4C’s data and make more informed decisions. Creating our prototype!
  • The results of our ideation sessions provided the framework for our first prototype! • A two-sided platform that creates awareness among the public on important issues, so that they will act. • This will encourage Council Members to utilize DCA4C’s data and make more informed decisions. Creating our prototype!
  • Prototype in action! Step 1 - Data facts are strategically placed to cause public outcry. Step 2 - Residents feel compelled to act and do so by engaging our platform.
  • Prototype in action! Step 1 - Data facts are strategically placed to cause public outcry. Step 2 - Residents feel compelled to act and do so by engaging our platform. Step 3 - Council Members and their staff receive real- time data on residents’ actions via the platform… Step 4 - The outcry encourages the Council Members to utilize DCA4C’s data to make informed decisions on the topic…
  • At the midterm review, we received valuable feedback. We reflected, empathized and came up with our primary audience… … Council Members and their staff.
  • We refined our prototype with the Council Members and their staff in mind. Now that we had our ultimate audience, we just had to create a product that met their needs while also addressing our problem statement. We created a platform that aggregates data for action in order to enable Council Members to take action for children.
  • ” “ The Legislative Playbook… … is a responsive design website where Council Members can use both DCA4C’s data and the real-time feedback of constituents to make informed policy decisions on issues that affect DC’s most vulnerable residents; children.
  • ” “ The Legislative Playbook… … is a responsive design website where Council Members can use both DCA4C’s data and the real-time feedback of constituents to make informed policy decisions on issues that affect DC’s most vulnerable residents; children.
  • ” “ The Legislative Playbook… … is a responsive design website where Council Members can use both DCA4C’s data and the real-time feedback of constituents to make informed policy decisions on issues that affect DC’s most vulnerable residents; children. …and ready to pitch to DC Action for Children!