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5 Tips of design thinking for product professional


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Product Innovation Academy take great pleasure in inviting you to the monthly webinar series. Our theme for this webinar will be about
"5 Tips of design thinking for product professional "
Use the linkedin thread to post your questions which can be answered by the speaker offline as well

Dolly Parikh is UX and Design consultant with ability to use strategic design methodologies to solve systematic challenges.Compassionate, creative, insightful, experienced, self-driven individual with proven leadership skills in group processes, colleague mentoring, team guidance, group process and executive advocacy. Experience supporting companies and organizations of various sizes to deliver product and service solutions using processes from design thinking and innovation management.
Dolly has consulted fortune 500 companies like Apple ,Yahoo , Paypal

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5 Tips of design thinking for product professional

  1. 1. 5x5 5 Tips of Design Thinking
  2. 2. Credit: IDEO
  3. 3. IDEO Process Credit: IDEO
  4. 4. Closer to home
  5. 5. Credit: Jake Knapp
  6. 6. • Discover: Understand the challenge • Define: Define problem and frame opportunities • Design: Create concepts • Develop: Prototype • Deliver/Test/Validate: Get feedback and continue… Process framework I use
  7. 7. • Need Finding & Benchmarking • Divergent and Convergent • Collaborative and Tangible • Define and Design • Create and Test Methods within process
  8. 8. Credit: Nathan Shedroff
  9. 9. Tips
  10. 10. 1. Start with problem definition and lot of optimism
  11. 11. 2. It is everyone’s problem, not just the designer’s
  12. 12. 3. Set realistic goals Expecting solution right away is unrealistic
  13. 13. 4. Do not limit ideas or parameters
  14. 14. 5. Solutions should be phased, not limited
  15. 15. 1. Start with problem definition and optimism 2. It is everyone’s problem to solve together, not only designers 3. Expecting solutions right away is unrealistic 4. Do not limit ideas or parameters 5. Solution should be phased, not limited Tips
  16. 16. Upcoming User Experience Workshop April 3rd, 4th, 5th, Bengaluru
  17. 17. Thanks @parikhdolly