Design Thinking Action Lab
Stanford University
Assignments
Process: How do you solve problems?
Francis Amaya
You have been
hired to re-design
the student lockers
at our public high
school!
Do they
need
more? Or
just new
ones?
Can they have
different
sizes? What do
teenagers keep
in their
lockers
nowadays?
Emphatize
Gather information from
students, parents, teachers.
Do some research and
benchmarking .
Define
Define the problem, which is
the major cause and the most
important need.
Ideate
Compare alternatives and ideate
a solution of our own.
Prototype
Build some sample lockers to
put them to trial.
Surprise!
Test Get feedbacks and improve the prototype. Then we can
make them on large scale.
Awesome?
Not so
awesome?
We did it!
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Design thinking - Lockers assignment

  1. 1. Design Thinking Action Lab Stanford University Assignments Process: How do you solve problems? Francis Amaya
  2. 2. You have been hired to re-design the student lockers at our public high school!
  3. 3. Do they need more? Or just new ones? Can they have different sizes? What do teenagers keep in their lockers nowadays?
  4. 4. Emphatize Gather information from students, parents, teachers. Do some research and benchmarking .
  5. 5. Define Define the problem, which is the major cause and the most important need.
  6. 6. Ideate Compare alternatives and ideate a solution of our own.
  7. 7. Prototype Build some sample lockers to put them to trial.
  8. 8. Surprise!
  9. 9. Test Get feedbacks and improve the prototype. Then we can make them on large scale. Awesome? Not so awesome?
  10. 10. We did it!

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