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Presentingdesign

  1. 1. presenting design a short discussion of methods
  2. 2. PRESENTING DESIGN | METHODS Do the research: strategic conceptual contextual
  3. 3. PRESENTING DESIGN | METHODS Most processes leave out the stuff that no on wants to talk about: magic, intuition and leaps of faith. MICHAEL BIERUT
  4. 4. PRESENTING DESIGN | METHODS Give time to the creative process diligent concepting continuous research use the 6 thinking hats step away from it get input/reaction be creative with the process
  5. 5. PRESENTING DESIGN | METHODS Present with confidence You need to have done the work Design your presentation Know what you want to say about each concept Make your best case, share your beliefs Don’t present anything you don’t think is right
  6. 6. PRESENTING DESIGN | METHODS All the best strategic and creative thinking in the world can go amuck without an intelligent decision making process. E M I LY C O H E N
  7. 7. PRESENTING DESIGN | METHODS Navigating through the political process—building trust—building relationships—it’s everything. PA U L A S C H E R
  8. 8. PRESENTING DESIGN | METHODS Have a decision making process Involve all the decision makers somehow Explain and illustrate the process Give clear goals for each step
  9. 9. PRESENTING DESIGN | METHODS Present persuasively Present known information Paint a picture Present context Identify opportunities Illustrate solutions
  10. 10. PRESENTING DESIGN | METHODS Foster democracy Don’t let one person dominate Ask open ended questions (what do you feel...) Give counterpoints Don’t be afraid to point out assumptions
  11. 11. PRESENTING DESIGN | METHODS Have tangible outcomes Get consensus on next steps Don’t be afraid to put your two cents in Be very clear on what is the next decision.

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