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My Problem Solving Technique
• Step 1: Investigate the nature of the problem
– Research on current situation. What do they...
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Design Thinking Action Lab Exercise 1

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Design Thinking Action Lab Exercise 1

  1. 1. My Problem Solving Technique • Step 1: Investigate the nature of the problem – Research on current situation. What do they have now? What’s good about it? What’s bad about it? What do they want to change? – Interview a variety of stakeholders (in this case, teachers, students, administrators, custodians etc). – Create sample user profiles (personas) and how they want to use the end product (lockers) • Step 2: Clearly state the project objectives in simple language. • Step 3: Brainstorm design in small groups, starting with sample design. • Step 4: Iterate design JAD sessions and sample design. • Step 5: Finalize draft design and prototype (scale model) • Step 6: Experiment with prototype (user testing) and revise • Step 7: Finalize design and build • Step 8: Examine built product and hopefully iron out any small remaining bugs.

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