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  1. 1. Design Thinking Initiation
  2. 2. Our purpose KLAP why? We are a collective of consultants, We believe in « do different ». We accompany organisations and people to dare to go this way, from idea to action, to deliver their project in an efficient and impactful way. workshops DesignThinking Solve challenges From corps to startups, public, private, and any kind of industries. Share and Train Managers and collaborators to design thinking and facilitation techniques Spread… With free meetups, collaborations with NGO, to give back about this human centered tool Imagine and create Products that can help people to become autonomous using design thinking in their work eMail hello@klap.io Site internet www.klap.io Téléphone +33629570112 Adresse 60 rue du Château d’Eau 75010 Paris They trusted us
  3. 3. KLAP.IO THE FOUNDERS MELISSAALDANA Mélissa get get a master in sterategic management and entrepreneurship, and a leadership diploma fron the prestigious military school of Saint Cyr. After following the Family courses. She has been the CMO french fintech startup, then co founded CaptainDrive a lead acquisition platform for mechanics and Machitos designs handmade backpacks. Vincent studied design at the famous gobelins art school in France, anf get an entrepreneurship and innovation MBA from Paris la Sorbonne. Then He became a designer consultant advising big corporates, such like Axa Strategic venture group and startup ecosystem, VINCENTDROMER DESIGNER ENTREPRENEUR
  4. 4. DESIGN THINKING PROCESS IMMERSION IDÉATION DÉCIDE PROTOTYPE TEST
  5. 5. Design Thinking,
 in a nutshell Design Thinking (DT) a methodology human centered, that allows to quickly transform ideas into tangible prototypes that users can test and challenge. Facilitated as workshops, Design Thinking is bringing multi-disciplinary and diverse team to co-create solutions to solve specific challenge. Through a planned sequence of phases and activities, that is mixing creativity, ideation, visual management, storytelling, sustainability and many other things, Design Thinking provides to everybody the tooling to answer to many human complex problems.
  6. 6. A mindset, that goes against the industry traditions. Whatever the challenge can be, the goal is always to deliver: a service, a product, a process, an experience. And the aim is to build something that is both desirable, sustainable, and technically feasible… No disruptive innovation, No techno push.
  7. 7. 7 A Better Scanning Experience for Patients and Technicians
  8. 8. Grâce aux design thinking et une collaboration aves les enfants patients
  9. 9. Grâce aux design thinking et une collaboration aves les enfants patients
  10. 10. MAY I ASK YOUR AGREEMENT TO… ✓ In the process we trust! ✓ Be here and now,100%! ✓ Dare! Go crazy! Enjoy it! ✓ Don’t criticize, be kind! ✓ Each step has an outcome ✓ Keep in mind the global frame ✓ Smile, we are making souvenirs:)
  11. 11. Let's reinvent together the way 
 to work from all over the world
 with clients and partners
  12. 12. Playground Your solution should be: - Fun - User oriented Your solution can be: - A digital product - A service - A tangible product Your solution cannot be: - A Gaz machine (multiple idea in one) Definition of success ➸ You experienced all the phases of a full cycle of design thinking ➸ You understood the basic principles of design thinking ➸ You crafted something cool thanks to your creativity and teamwork. ➸ We had tons of fun together A prototype A pitch Outcomes Let's reinvent together the way 
 to work from all over the world
 with clients and partners
  13. 13. ATELIERDESIGNTHINKING-KLAP ICE- BREAKER 10 mn What’s your totem animal ? Draw it on a post-it Share it with your table
  14. 14. • In duo, interview each other 5 min each, telling your personal experience about the challenge. • Don’t limit yourself to a description, instead go for feelings, stories, how you experienced it before during, and after. • LISTEN and note a lot, ask often WHY, look for pain points. Instructions INTERVIEWS DUO IMMERSION
  15. 15. 16 PER GROUP, SHARE DUOS/TRIOS PAIN POINTS. GROUP AND CATEGORIZE THEM. DISCUSS ABOUT THEM. BUT IN THE END, YOU’LL HAVE TO PICK UP ONLY ONE THAT WILL LAST FOR THE WHOLE GROUP. YOU HAVE 5 MIN. NOW.
  16. 16. INSIGHTS • Per duo / trio, few minutes to look at your notes together and select the best pain point for your duo/trio. Write it down on a post-it in a short sentence (illustrations welcomed!) 💥 Instructions IMMERSION
  17. 17. HOW MIGHT WE…
  18. 18. Time for letting your imagination go wild! Individually, write a maximum of solutions to answer to your HMW. 1 per post it. Drawings welcomed! Basic 
 solution Moonshot solution Solution for you IDEATION Instructions IDÉATION 1/3
  19. 19. SHARE IT Take turns to read and drop your ideas with the rest of the group. Don’t argument or debate about it, don’t go too deep into the details. 10mn En savoir plus IDÉATION 2/3 Instructions
  20. 20. CONSTRAINT IDEATION As a group, discuss, find and note new solutions matching the following constraints. What if your solution was… Only 2 min per round… Instructions IDÉATION 3/3
  21. 21. WHAT IF YOUR SOLUTION… WAS DESIGNED BY A KID
  22. 22. WHAT IF YOUR SOLUTION… WAS BUILT BY ELON MUSK
  23. 23. WHAT IF YOUR SOLUTION… HAD A BUDGET OF 10 DOLLARS.
  24. 24. WHAT IF YOUR SOLUTION… HAD TO BE LIVE IN 2 WEEKS
  25. 25. WHAT IF YOUR SOLUTION… WILL BE IMAGINE IN 2050
  26. 26. En savoir plus KEEP / DUMP / START 1. As indicated on the template, make choices with all your generated ideas. 2. Keep the promising ones, dump most of them, and select only one to start. 3. 10 min max. Instructions DECIDE
  27. 27. A few words here… A picture worth a thousand words. Then a prototype worth a thousand pictures. Or as IDEO historic design thinking agency says, the one in the meeting who have the prototypes wins. It’s time to craft something real, that will be a vehicule to interact with users, in an extremely fast fashion. So you can test, fail and iterate such like in lean startup, to derisk your aim to produce something in the sweetspot of user desirabilty, tech feasibility and economic sustainablity. List hypothesis you have and listen up to the user. OUTCOMES 1. Clear value proposition 2. A shitty fancy prototype 3. A 2 min pitch of your solution Instructions PROTOTYPING
  28. 28. CROSSED INTERVIEWIMMERSION Name Location Notes Drawing Stories Quote «  «  Date
  29. 29. COATOF
 ARMS YOURNAMES: Findyourname Drawyoursymbols Writeyourmotto
  30. 30. KEEP, THROW AWAY, LAUNCHDECIDE THROW AWAY 2 LAUNCH 3 KEEP 1
  31. 31. • Create a statement that is broad enough that there are a wide range of solutions but narrow enough that the team has some helpful boundaries. For example, between the too narrow “HMW create a cone to eat ice cream without dripping” and the too broad “HMW redesign dessert” might be the properly scoped “HMW redesign ice cream to be more portable.” • Source : D.School Stanford Ask the right question _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ HOW MIGHT WE ?IMMERSION How might we…
  32. 32. Define the roles Existing problem Technical faisability Idea description CONCEPTPROTOTYPE NAME Your names Describe the activity Innovation low high Business low high User low high Define the potential objectives Benefits Describe how it works in 3 steps Challenge N° _ _
  33. 33. Ideal and concrete situationBegining situation Why your solution is unique ? Means to implement + Call to action 1 2 3 4 1min30 
 to convince Thanks to the pitch, you will be able to deepen your project by asking you about everything that makes it unique and relevant for your users. Prepare a speech for each of the four parties opposite and repeat with your team (this is the key to a pitch well understood). Your pitch must be short and concise! THE MARTIAN PITCHTEST

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