meet Dylan
Photo credit: woodleywonderworks

A graveyard of
creativity?
Can you draw these shapes?
“we’re
human
and we’re
wildly
creative”
Photo credit: TZA

We
love
to
label
things
Photo credit: DG Jones
Photo credit : sanickels
Photo credit: woodleywonderworks
Embrace
Experiments

Photo credit : zhouxuan12345678
HUMAN
CENTRED DESIGN
Doug Dietz
Photo credit : Tonz
Once
upon
a time...
How could we
increase our
creative
confidence?

3 minutes each

When was the
last time you did
something
creative?
Problem
reframe
the

Photo credit : Derek K. Miller
Say

Think

do

Feel

observed

inferred
What’s your
Point of
View?

Photo credit : Filip Knežić
[user] needs a way to
[user’s need] because/but
[surprising insight]
HOW
MIGHT
WE?
Photo credit : Linda (Pane, amore e creatività)

Too
similar

It’s so noisy around here that I have
trouble concentrating
...
Photo credit : Linda (Pane, amore e creatività)

Too
Narrow

It’s so noisy around here that I have
trouble concentrating
H...
Photo credit : Linda (Pane, amore e creatività)

Too broad

How might we help people focus?
Photo credit : Linda (Pane, amore e creatività)

Just
right

It’s so noisy around here that I have
trouble concentrating
H...
Write a How
Might we
Question for
your neighbour
Make it personal,
show you
understood them
3 minutes
IDEATION
GENERATING & EVALUATING
Photo credit : John Wardell (Netinho)

Don’t cross the streams–it would be bad
Photo credit: Romainguy

How
do you
generate ideas?
Yes and...
No but...
Brainstorming rule #1
Encourage
wild ideas

Brainstorming rule #2
Photo credit: tedeytan
Defer
judgement
Brainstorming rule #3
Photo credit: Me2 (Me Too)
Silent
brain
storming
Gets more
from
introverts
Photo credit: Philippe Moreau Chevrolet
Do something
different
Be curious. Borrow. Adapt. Repurpose.
Photo credit: sBerna
brainstorm ideas
for your partner

How might we create
opportunities to be
creative at work
tomorrow?
3 minutes
Defer
judgement
Brainstorming rule #3
Photo credit: @boetter
Show, don’t tell
Evaluate your
ideas and get
feedback

I like, I wish,
What if?
3 minutes each
Design thinking solves
problems and unlocks creativity
Creativity
is a choice
we can all
make
Curated resources

http://www.scoop.it/t/big-idea
Introduction to design thinking - Great Ormond Street Hospital Learning Innovation Conference 2013
Introduction to design thinking - Great Ormond Street Hospital Learning Innovation Conference 2013
Introduction to design thinking - Great Ormond Street Hospital Learning Innovation Conference 2013
Introduction to design thinking - Great Ormond Street Hospital Learning Innovation Conference 2013
Introduction to design thinking - Great Ormond Street Hospital Learning Innovation Conference 2013
Introduction to design thinking - Great Ormond Street Hospital Learning Innovation Conference 2013
Introduction to design thinking - Great Ormond Street Hospital Learning Innovation Conference 2013
Introduction to design thinking - Great Ormond Street Hospital Learning Innovation Conference 2013
Introduction to design thinking - Great Ormond Street Hospital Learning Innovation Conference 2013
Introduction to design thinking - Great Ormond Street Hospital Learning Innovation Conference 2013
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Design thinking is really just a clever way to help people rediscover their creative abilities and put them to good use. Yes it leads to innovation and it's a great way to solve apparently impossible problems, but more importantly it helps you do what humans do best - solve problems creatively

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Introduction to design thinking - Great Ormond Street Hospital Learning Innovation Conference 2013

  1. 1. meet Dylan
  2. 2. Photo credit: woodleywonderworks A graveyard of creativity?
  3. 3. Can you draw these shapes?
  4. 4. “we’re human and we’re wildly creative”
  5. 5. Photo credit: TZA We love to label things
  6. 6. Photo credit: DG Jones
  7. 7. Photo credit : sanickels
  8. 8. Photo credit: woodleywonderworks
  9. 9. Embrace Experiments Photo credit : zhouxuan12345678
  10. 10. HUMAN CENTRED DESIGN
  11. 11. Doug Dietz
  12. 12. Photo credit : Tonz
  13. 13. Once upon a time...
  14. 14. How could we increase our creative confidence? 3 minutes each When was the last time you did something creative?
  15. 15. Problem reframe the Photo credit : Derek K. Miller
  16. 16. Say Think do Feel observed inferred
  17. 17. What’s your Point of View? Photo credit : Filip Knežić
  18. 18. [user] needs a way to [user’s need] because/but [surprising insight]
  19. 19. HOW MIGHT WE?
  20. 20. Photo credit : Linda (Pane, amore e creatività) Too similar It’s so noisy around here that I have trouble concentrating How might we reduce noise so you don’t have trouble concentrating?
  21. 21. Photo credit : Linda (Pane, amore e creatività) Too Narrow It’s so noisy around here that I have trouble concentrating How might we create more private offices so employees can concentrate better?
  22. 22. Photo credit : Linda (Pane, amore e creatività) Too broad How might we help people focus?
  23. 23. Photo credit : Linda (Pane, amore e creatività) Just right It’s so noisy around here that I have trouble concentrating How might we design a space that accommodates a range of working styles?
  24. 24. Write a How Might we Question for your neighbour Make it personal, show you understood them 3 minutes
  25. 25. IDEATION GENERATING & EVALUATING
  26. 26. Photo credit : John Wardell (Netinho) Don’t cross the streams–it would be bad
  27. 27. Photo credit: Romainguy How do you generate ideas?
  28. 28. Yes and... No but... Brainstorming rule #1
  29. 29. Encourage wild ideas Brainstorming rule #2 Photo credit: tedeytan
  30. 30. Defer judgement Brainstorming rule #3 Photo credit: Me2 (Me Too)
  31. 31. Silent brain storming Gets more from introverts Photo credit: Philippe Moreau Chevrolet
  32. 32. Do something different
  33. 33. Be curious. Borrow. Adapt. Repurpose. Photo credit: sBerna
  34. 34. brainstorm ideas for your partner How might we create opportunities to be creative at work tomorrow? 3 minutes
  35. 35. Defer judgement Brainstorming rule #3 Photo credit: @boetter
  36. 36. Show, don’t tell
  37. 37. Evaluate your ideas and get feedback I like, I wish, What if? 3 minutes each
  38. 38. Design thinking solves problems and unlocks creativity
  39. 39. Creativity is a choice we can all make
  40. 40. Curated resources http://www.scoop.it/t/big-idea

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