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DTAL - Final Reflection

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DTAL - Final Reflection

  1. 1. Take it home apply design thinking
  2. 2. Key Takeaways  I can improve my process through my space – by using different tools such as Sharpies, sticky notes, and boards, I can “trick” my brain to approach the problem a new way.  I can improve my process through structure – using the format of a mind map and problem statement provided a framework to move forward.  More ideas = better ideas. This is a great one for getting unstuck, as it gives permission to put down a lot of bad ideas, knowing they will lead to a good one.
  3. 3. Start small…  Get lots of sticky notes & foam board (did this!)  Use the notes to ideate a design problem (did this!)  Create empathy maps out of focus group responses (did this!)  Try to construct a problem statement when dealing with a personal problem.  Help my kids solve a problem using design techniques.
  4. 4. And build!  Develop a new product based on empathy maps and problem statements.  Use empathy skills to really listen to what people needs are to make sure we solve the right problem.  Speed up our design process by implementing ideation techniques – lots of ideas to gain better ideas.  Teach this design process at elementary school level to foster creativity and thinking skills.

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