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tokyo-tech-dtf-2019-guidance

 tokyo-tech-dtf-2019-guidance

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Masanori Kado

April 06, 2019
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  1. INTRO Please take a seat wherever you like. DESIGN THINKING

    FUNDAMENTALS 2019
  2. GUIDANCE 1/9 - d-Factory • Here is “Design Factory” (“Design

    Ko-Bo” in Japanese) • You can use freely almost anything (stationery, 3D printer, various machine tools, etc.). Please ask us if you don't know whether it's available or not. • The bathroom is at the back of the room. • Please use stairs. (Please do NOT use elevator.) • Be careful that the front door on 1F is automatically locked. Your Tokyo Tech ID card will be registered to unlock the door when you are officially enrolled. • You can eat and drink in this factory. • We are welcome your treat. 2
  3. GUIDANCE 2/9 - Course overview 3 DTF EDP-A EDP-B EDP-C

    Learn Design Thinking Basics 3&"- 1SPKFDU#BTFE -FBSOJOH XCVEHFU EFTJHOFS  QBSUOFS VTFS  TIPXDBTF FUD 1SFQBSFGPS &%1#$ XTNBMM CVEHFU  EFTJHOFS 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q
  4. &%1 .#"#BTJDT &OUSFQSFOFVSTIJQ Partner ・Theme ・Budget ・Mentors Business Person Art

    School Student Tokyo Tech Student(M1) 2014〜 Method / Case Application
  5. Make & Think

  6. GUIDANCE 3/9 - Schedule • DTF-A (English) • Date: 4/8,

    4/15, 4/22, 5/9, 5/13, 5/20, 5/27, 6/3 • Time: 13:20 - 16:35 • DTF-B (Japanese) • Date: 4/6, 4/20, 5/11, 5/18, 6/1 • Time: 10:00 - 15:50 (Lunch Break: 12:15 - 13:20) 6
  7. PROGRAM MODULES • 1. Introduction • 2. User Research •

    3. POV Definition • 4. Ideation • 5. Prototyping • 6. Story Telling • 7. Presentation 7 1 2 3 4 5 B 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 6 A
  8. GUIDANCE 4/9 - Grading • Participation to team activity •

    Final presentation • Final report 8
  9. GUIDANCE 5/9 - Instructors • Design Thinking Fundamentals A: •

    Shigeki Saito, Prof. • Hiraku Sakamoto, Associate Prof. • Kazuaki Inaba, Associate Prof. • Yuki Taoka, Assistant Prof. • Design Thinking Fundamentals B: • Masanori Kado, Specially appointed lecture • Wataru Hijikata, Associate Prof. • Invited Instructors: • Masaki Yagisawa, Tokyo University of the Arts • Ryo Terui, Musashino Art University • TA: • Yosuke Tajiri, Amane Muraoka, Yosuke Akabane 9
  10. GUIDANCE 6/9 - Demographic • Tokyo Tech Students • ESD

    course student • CBEC course student • Professionals (DTF-B) • CBEC course trainee (a.k.a. Techno Entrepreneur) • ex-Corporate Partner / Corporate Partner Candidate • Art students (after EDP-A) 10
  11. GUIDANCE 7/9 - Slack • Please sign-in to Slack (and

    install on your PC and/or Smart Phone) • https://xxx • Slack is the essential tool of this class • Official announcement, Team communication, Submission of report, and chatting 
 (Use the EMOJI a lot, Luke) • We have a realtime channel for every class • #realtime-yyyymmdd (ex. #realtime-20190406) • You MUST report when being late or absent • #zzz-im-late 11
  12. GUIDANCE 8/9 - Resources • EDP Official Site
 https://titech-edp.github.io/ •

    EDP Official Blog
 https://medium.com/titech-eng-and-design • CBEC
 https://www.cbec.titech.ac.jp/ • ESD Course
 http://www.esd.titech.ac.jp/ • Pictures & videos taken in this class will be open to public 
 (on these web site, social media, or so). • It's WELCOME to externally publish (ex. Twitter, Blog, Instagram ) 12 #titech-edp
  13. GUIDANCE 9/9 - Textbook 13 For English Speakers

  14. Icebreak ❄

  15. HOW TO USE STICKY NOTE - 1 • Use a

    MARKER not a pencil. • Write just ONE THING per sticky-note. • Don't post it without saying a single word. 15
  16. HOW TO USE STICKY NOTE - 2 16 https://blog.crisp.se/2015/04/08/jimmyjanlen/how-to-peel-of-post-its

  17. ICEBREAK • Take a sticky note and a marker. •

    Draw XXX (listen to the instruction). • You have 10 sec. for each. 17
  18. ICEBREAK DEBRIEF • How did you feel when I said

    to “draw”? • What were you thinking as you were drawing? • “I can’t draw!” • “This is so embarrassing.” • “That’s not enough time!” • “What is everyone going to think?” 18
  19. ACTIVITY - SELF INTRODUCTION • Take a LARGE sticky note

    (or combine two sticky notes) • Write about yourself (Japanese is OK) • Your Name (Student Number) • Your Department/Company • Your Motivation to gain from this class • Your Portrait • You have 3 minute. 19 - Name ( ) - Dept/Comp - Motivation