Renald Lachashvili
Exercise presentation for MOOC of
Design Thinking Action Lab
By Leticia Britos Cavagnaro, Stanford Univ...
The Process of Design
Empathy (1)
Who is my consumer? – The school.
Why does the school want to change the design
of the lockers? Apparently, st...
Empathy (2)
Why they are dissatisfied? - Lockers are located
very closely, neighbors push me, they can look
into my locker...
Define (1)
We need to divide the students, when they use
the lockers.
Ideation (1)
We have to change the direction of door
opening.
Prototype (1)
Test (1)
It turned out useful for students and even nice
looking, but lockers occupy quite a lot of
space.
I have to come ...
Empathy (3)
The school has to use the space carefully.
Define (2)
We need to maintain a different direction of
door opening, but make a more compact
arrangement
Ideation (2)
We can use wheels to make lockers movable and
easy to use.
Prototype (2)
Test (2)
But one locker on wheels could be unstable.
Ideation (3)
We divide all lockers in blocks of two lockers
with doors oriented in opposite directions and
put each block ...
Prototype (3)
Test (3)
It seems to be a satisfactory design.
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  1. 1. Renald Lachashvili Exercise presentation for MOOC of Design Thinking Action Lab By Leticia Britos Cavagnaro, Stanford University Graphic representation of the process proposed to solve the problem
  2. 2. The Process of Design
  3. 3. Empathy (1) Who is my consumer? – The school. Why does the school want to change the design of the lockers? Apparently, students are unhappy. I cannot address my favorite questions to anybody, so I have to examine the picture of students using the lockers and to transfer my empathy to them.
  4. 4. Empathy (2) Why they are dissatisfied? - Lockers are located very closely, neighbors push me, they can look into my locker, and I do not want this.
  5. 5. Define (1) We need to divide the students, when they use the lockers.
  6. 6. Ideation (1) We have to change the direction of door opening.
  7. 7. Prototype (1)
  8. 8. Test (1) It turned out useful for students and even nice looking, but lockers occupy quite a lot of space. I have to come back to empathy.
  9. 9. Empathy (3) The school has to use the space carefully.
  10. 10. Define (2) We need to maintain a different direction of door opening, but make a more compact arrangement
  11. 11. Ideation (2) We can use wheels to make lockers movable and easy to use.
  12. 12. Prototype (2)
  13. 13. Test (2) But one locker on wheels could be unstable.
  14. 14. Ideation (3) We divide all lockers in blocks of two lockers with doors oriented in opposite directions and put each block on wheels. It is quite simple to use the locker 1. To use the locker 2, one have to roll back the block from the wall and deploy it on 180 degrees
  15. 15. Prototype (3)
  16. 16. Test (3) It seems to be a satisfactory design.

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