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AUX Bootcamp

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AUX Bootcamp

  1. 1. AUX Bootcamp Day One January 9, 2016
  2. 2. Welcome!
  3. 3. Today You Will: 1. Learn about the AUX program. 2. Get a topic for your bootcamp prototype. 3. Discuss design thinking/product design sprints. 4. Meet your fellow applicants. 5. Get to know your instructors.
  4. 4. About The Program
  5. 5. Design Sprint Project Topic: Health/Fitness Music Finance Travel Education Food/Drink
  6. 6. Design Sprint Project Topic: Health/Fitness Music Finance Travel Education Food/Drink
  7. 7. Design Thinking
  8. 8. An approach that combines: empathy for the context of a problem, creativity in generating ideas and rationality in filtering ideas.
  9. 9. Empathy User Interviews Photo Credit: boellstiftung on Flickr (https://www.flickr.com/photos/boellstiftung/13981256424)
  10. 10. Empathy User Profiles/Personas Photo Credit: illiac1 on Flickr (https://www.flickr.com/photos/illiac1/5518513640)
  11. 11. Empathy Experience Mapping Photo Credit: Chris Risdon on AdaptivePath.org (http://adaptivepath.org/ideas/the-anatomy-of-an-experience-map/)
  12. 12. Creativity Sketching
  13. 13. Creativity Brainstorming/Collaboration Photo Credit: tonz on Flickr (https://www.flickr.com/photos/tonz/3512192171/)
  14. 14. Creativity Mind-Mapping Photo Credit: userpathways on Flickr (https://www.flickr.com/photos/userpathways/5471908870/)
  15. 15. Rationality Analysis Photo Credit: jdhancock on Flickr (https://www.flickr.com/photos/jdhancock/15455219752/)
  16. 16. Rationality Prototyping Photo Credit: waagsociety on Flickr (https://www.flickr.com/photos/waagsociety/8888907062/)
  17. 17. Design Thinking Exercise Split into groups of 3.
  18. 18. Design Thinking Exercise 1) Sketch your ideal wallet.
  19. 19. Design Thinking Exercise 1) Sketch your ideal wallet. 2) Talk with your group about their wallet use.
  20. 20. Design Thinking Exercise 1) Sketch your ideal wallet. 2) Talk with your group about their wallet use. 3) Figure out a point of view based on interview.
  21. 21. Point of View Statement Group needs a way to
 Need because Insight .
  22. 22. Design Thinking Exercise 1) Sketch your ideal wallet. 2) Talk with your group about their wallet use. 3) Figure out a point of view based on interview. 4) Sketch some alternatives from new POV.
  23. 23. Design Thinking Exercise 1) Sketch your ideal wallet. 2) Talk with your group about their wallet use. 3) Figure out a point of view based on interview. 4) Sketch some alternatives from new POV. 5) Talk about your ideas as a group. Pick one.
  24. 24. Design Thinking Exercise 1) Sketch your ideal wallet. 2) Talk with your group about their wallet use. 3) Figure out a point of view based on interview. 4) Sketch some alternatives from new POV. 5) Talk about your ideas as a group. Pick one. 6) Present to the group. How would you validate?
  25. 25. Product Design Sprints
  26. 26. As long as it’s an important problem, it’s perfect for a design sprint.
  27. 27. Day 1: Understand 1) Business Opportunities 2) Competitors 3) How to Measure Success 4) Existing Research 5) Who Should I Interview? 6) Most Important User Story
  28. 28. Brief Pause for Brainstorming
  29. 29. Day 1: Understand 1) Business Opportunities 2) Competitors 3) How to Measure Success 4) Existing Research 5) Who Should I Interview? 6) Most Important User Story
  30. 30. Day 1: Understand How To Measure Success Goals Signals Metrics Happiness Engagement Adoption Retention Task Success
  31. 31. Day 1: Understand User Stories
  32. 32. Day 2: Diverge 1) Separate user story into unique problems. 2) Generate lots of solutions for each chunk. 3) Analyzed ideas that emerge. Find connections. 4) Generate new solutions based on these ideas. 5) Choose what itches for more development. 6) Storyboard 3 different flows that meet user story. 7) Get feedback.
  33. 33. Day 2: Diverge Generate Lots of Solutions
  34. 34. Day 3: Decide 1) Conflicts: did I solve the same problem different ways? 2) Test several against each other, or choose the best? 3) What are my biggest assumptions? 4) Script test based on settling conflicts & assumptions. 5) Sketch storyboard of user with your prototype.
  35. 35. Day 4: Prototype 1) Aim for minimum fidelity for an accurate test. 2) Use real text/content. Lorem ipsum is useless. 3) Seek out feedback at several points. 4) Complete test is more important than beauty.
  36. 36. Prototyping Mediums Clickable Sketches
  37. 37. Prototyping Mediums Keynote
  38. 38. Prototyping Mediums Invision
  39. 39. Prototyping Mediums Code
  40. 40. Day 5: Validate 1) What are my conflicts and assumptions to be tested? 2) Script my test to make sure I get to everything. 3) Have someone else take notes or record the test. 4) Run 5-6 interviews to start seeing patterns. 5) Figure out what did and did not work. 6) Determine what the next test is going to be.
  41. 41. Resources https://www.gv.com/lib/the-product-design-sprint-a-five-day-recipe-for-startups https://www.gv.com/lib/the-product-design-sprint-settingthestage https://www.gv.com/lib/the-product-design-sprint-understandday-1 https://www.gv.com/lib/the-product-design-sprint-divergeday2 https://www.gv.com/lib/the-product-design-sprint-decideday3 https://www.gv.com/lib/the-product-design-sprint-prototypeday4 https://www.gv.com/lib/the-product-design-sprint-validateday5 http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~bam/uicourse/Buxton-SketchesPrototypes.pdf http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2014/08/20/getting-started-with-design-sprints/ http://robots.thoughtbot.com/the-product-design-sprint http://franciscortez.com/design-sprint/ (this is a great guide for individuals) http://alexbaldwin.com/qcon-2014/ http://dschool.stanford.edu/use-our-methods/ https://speakerdeck.com/bariserkol/product-design-sprint
  42. 42. Next week at AUX… 1) Presentations are 10 minutes each. 2) We want to see your process. 3) Insights and experiences that changed your point of view are important. 4) Describe how the prototype you arrived at will allow you to test a big assumption. 5) Discuss what you think you’d do next.
  43. 43. This presentation: http://goo.gl/UOycm6

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