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Tokyo Tech - DTF-2018 - Prototype

Tokyo Tech - DTF-2018 - Prototype

Masanori Kado

May 12, 2018

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  2. 2 RE-GUIDANCE • Syllabus: https://titech-edp.github.io • Slack • Today's Slack

    Channel: #realtime-20180512 • Homework Submission: #homework-201804021 • Encourage to see around other teams' channels • Answering to previous reflections ... •    
  3. 3 Answering to previous reflections HW 8M M H H

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  5. https://titech-edp.github.io/toolkit/edp-canvas.pdf

  6. https://titech-edp.github.io/toolkit/edp-canvas.pdf

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  10. “The value of prototypes reside less in the models themselves

    than in the interactions they invite” –Michael Schrage, Serious Play
  11. 11 Why we prototype 1. To collaborate tangibly on an

    idea 2. To get early stakeholder feedback 3. To get an evaluation of different solutions 4. To gain insights 5. To allow concepts to be experienced 6. To tell a story
  12. 12 Design cycle along with the different prototype milestones Bernhard

    Schindlholzer, Falk Uebernickel, Walter Brenner. “A Method for the Management of Service Innovation Projects in Mature Organizations,” IJSSMET, pp. 25-41, 2011.
  13. 13 1: Critical Function Prototype l To identify the critical

    functional requirements of a potential solution l To understand customers and their needs l You may make it with paper 2: Darkhorse Prototype l To restart your approach and pursue a different direction l For experiments with high-risk solutions 1 2 Prototype milestones B. Schindlholzer, et al., IJSSMET, pp. 25-41, 2011.
  14. 14 3: Integrated (FunKtional) Prototype l To integrate and combine

    the different prototype l To reflect the customers feedback to ensure the vision meets their requirements 4: Functional Prototype l To converge to the final solution that will be delivered at the end of the project l Functions should be carefully selected from the previous stage 3 4 Prototype milestones B. Schindlholzer, et al., IJSSMET, pp. 25-41, 2011.
  15. 15 5: X-is-Finished Prototype l To realize one function or

    feature of the final solution 6: Final Prototype l Final prototype consists of several previous ones that are integrated into a coherent concept 5 6 Prototype milestones B. Schindlholzer, et al., IJSSMET, pp. 25-41, 2011.

  17. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-SOeMA3DUEs

  18.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FKxFXlt_hoA https://www.ideou.com/blogs/inspiration/96808449-prototyping-elmo-s-monster-maker-app


  20. The Gyrus ENT surgical tool was developed by IDEO http://mepmedica.com/wp-content/uploads/motor-cirugia-endoscopica-nasal-diego.pdf


  22. https://cn.ideo.com/en/case-study/air-new-zealand

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  24. 24     Prototyping: STEP I Based on

    the resources that are available (paper, pens, materials etc.), prototype something you have now. 3 min for rough sketch 7 min for prototyping!
  25. 25  &       Prototyping:

    STEP II Improve a bag or add a new function on a bag. Based on the resources that are available (paper, pens, materials etc.), prototype the improved bag. 5 min for rough sketch & writing down specifications 10 min for prototyping!
  26. 26 Prototyping: STEP II Share your prototype with group member.

    1 min x 5
  27. 27  &     Prototyping: STEP III

    Design a novel stationary we have never seen. Based on the resources that are available (paper, pens, materials etc.), prototype the stationary designed by you. 7 min for rough sketch & writing down specifications 12 min for prototyping!
  28. 28 Prototyping: STEP III Share your prototype with group member.

    2 min x 5
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  30. 30 Debrief l What are some questions you have around

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  32. 32 Constrains in prototyping l Include at least one TANGIBLE

    thing. Software-only or Service-only is not allowed. l One idea can cost 1,000 yen at most for low-fi prototyping. (Use can use anything in this room for free) l You have to make all by yourselves. (DO NOT outsource) l Only use technologies available now. (DO NOT use Si-Fi technologies)
  33. 33 l Create rough prototypes for the concepts that your

    team has selected. l Be creative! l Share the prototypes with everyone (from 14:50) *3 min for presentation (Introduce your prototype, POV, HMW, product sketch, and storyboard) *  POV, HMW, product sketch, storyboard  Prototype your solutions
  34. 34 Homework l As an individual, refine your concept according

    to the today’s feedback. Then, make a prototype by yourself! l Complete the EDP concept sheets* (POV, HMW, Product sketch, Storyboard) and upload them together with the photo of your prototype to slack #homework-20180512 *you can find them @ https://titech-edp.github.io/toolkit/ l Don’t forget to bring materials for refining the prototype of your team in the next lecture!
  35. 35 Reflection l Take a LARGE sticky note. (or Combine

    two notes) l Write down your name (id) and dept/comp. l Write about today (Japanese is OK) : • Keep (Good thing) • Problem (Bad thing) • Try (Improvement, Proposal) lTake a photo of all of the team member's reflections. lPost the photo to Slack #realtime-20180512. -1/ (/3 213 )//3 2 /1