Design Thinking Course - Prototype and Test Assignment
Design Thinking: Prototype and Testing
Problem Statement: Student needs a way to map classroom and real world.
Idea: No college or job differentiation. Students start jobs before taking any
courses and take courses as per their current project or goals.
Note: Storyboard used has been scanned and added to the next page.
• Practical aspect associated
with theoretical knowledge
• Financially good for the person
and psychologically will gain
• At work place will gain
knowledge from experienced
• Because of this process,
acquiring skills in a better way
and can perform better
• Exposed to different areas
because of the workplace
• Life doesn’t become a routine
What could be Improved
• Sometimes you need more
knowledge to do a simple task
from different sources?
• Uniformity in testing the
employee as a student?
• Transferable of grades? – I
need to represent the grading
and use of grades better?
• Looks like a continuous and
never ending process – do I
need to represent differently or
knowledge gaining is a
• How is the student going to get
procedure? The current
system is linear.
• If the student-employee
doesn’t like in the current job,
• If the person wants to go to
higher level, what is the
• If the person wants to start
their own company?
• Need to represent the
• A person needs a basic
foundation in theory with a few
courses related to the job
she/he is aspiring for, before
Design Thinking: Prototype and Test
Problem Statement: Student needs a way to map class
room and real world.
Idea: A social network for students, professors and
employers (alumni) to help guide students and interact
I was wondering if I would ever apply cs203 in real life…
Hey, I graduated 3 years ago. Last week in my project I was
applying what I learnt in my cs203. While I was a student I had
the same doubt.
Hi Professor, I recently realized that students need little bit
more on practical knowledge in CS203. Can you add some
real life examples into it …
I am happy to hear you were able to apply theory I taught in