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SDG Summer School 2019

SDG Summer School 2019

by stephaniecoal zeeroday | updated July 02, 2019

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1- Add a short description (Pitch elevator) of your project

2- Add a photo (logo) of your project or a video

3- To learn more about the steps you need to follow to bring an outstanding solution check the design kit http://www.designkit.org

 

 

 

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  • Stage 2 : Define

The Define stage will help the designers in your team gather great ideas to establish features, functions, and any other elements that will allow them to solve the problems or, at the very least, allow users to resolve issues themselves with the minimum of difficulty

Kit Activities:

  1. How Might We
  2. Frame Your Design Challenge
  3. Analogous Inspiration
  4. Draw It | Immersion
  5. Card Sort
  6. Resource Flow
  7. Expert Interview
  8. Secondary Research

Key Take Away:

  • Analyse your observations and synthesis
  • Define the core problems that you and your team have identified Understand define the problem as a problem statement in a human-centered manner.
  • The Define stage will help the designers in your team gather great ideas to establish features, functions, and any other elements that will allow them to solve the problems

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  • Stage 3: Ideate—Challenge Assumptions and Create

The solid background of knowledge from the first two phases means you can start to “think outside the box”, look for alternative ways to view the problem and identify innovative solutions to the problem statement you’ve created.

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  • Stage 4: Prototype—Start to Create Solutions

This is an experimental phase, and the aim is to identify the best possible solution for each of the problems identified during the first three stages. Design teams will produce a number of inexpensive, scaled-down versions of the product (or specific features found within the product) to investigate the problem solutions generated in the previous stage

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  • Stage 5: Test—Try Your Solutions Out

Designers or evaluators rigorously test the complete product using the best solutions identified in the Prototype phase. This is the final phase of the model but, in an iterative process such as design thinking, the results generated are often used to redefine one or more further problems. Designers can then choose to return to previous stages in the process to make further iterations, alterations and refinements to rule out alternative solutions.

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  • Stage 1 : Emphaty

Any Design thinking should not begin without having a discovery activities of customer you are designing for. To learn and gain more insights, it is important for design thinkers to empathizes (Video) with the people they’re designing for to understand their needs, thoughts, emotions and motivations.

Here are the activities you can use for this phase:

  1. Define Your Audience (Persona)
  2. The Five Why’s
  3. Interview
  4. Group Interview
  5. Analogous Inspiration
  6. Expert Interview
  7. Collage
  8. Photo JournalCollage
  9. Create a Project Plan 

Key Take Away:

  • Gain an empathic understanding of the problem
  • Consulting experts to find out more about the area of concern
  • Understand their experiences and motivations, as well as immersing yourself in the physical environment
  • Have a deeper personal understanding of the issues involved

 

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Photojournal

Photos are a fantastic way to learn about a person’s life, especially if they’re the one taking them.

 

 

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Create a Project Plan

Get organized, understand your strengths, and start identifying what you’ll need to come up with innovative solutions.

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How Might We

Every problem is an opportunity for design. By framing your challenge as a How Might We question, you’ll set yourself up for an innovative solution.

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Frame Your Design Challenge

Properly framing your design challenge is critical to your success. Here’s how to do it just right.

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Draw It | Immersion

Spur deeper and different kinds of conversations by picking up pen and paper and drawing.

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Card Sort

This simple exercise will help you identify what’s most important to the people you’re designing for.

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Resource Flow

By organizing and visualizing how a person or family spends money, you’ll see how it comes in, goes out, and opportunities for more efficiency in the system.

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Expert Interview

Experts can get you up to speed quickly on a topic, giving you key insights into relevant history, context, and innovations.

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Secondary Research

Getting smart around your challenge is crucial to success in the field.

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