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What the 🤨 is Design Thinking?

What the 🤨 is Design Thinking?

What makes Apple so special? Putting aside the almost cult-like following of the brand, Apple products are known for unparalleled usability, user friendly interfaces and breath-taking looks. The secret behind Apple’s products can (at least) partially be attributed to a human-centered design approach called Design Thinking.

In this seminar we will cover the different aspects of Design Thinking, have a look at the different phases of a DT workshop and end up with a set of tools that you can put to use in order to deliver a more human-centred approach to problem solving.

Marcel Neidinger

April 06, 2020
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  1. Marcel Neidinger
    Associate Solutions Engineer, Cisco GVE
    06 April 2020
    What the is Design Thinking?

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    Design Thinking is a
    creative and collaborative
    problem-solving
    methodology used to
    generate more empathetic
    and innovative solutions

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    A Introduction to
    Cisco Design Thinking

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    Discover
    Discover
    Strive to deeply understand your
    users and what they need, so you and
    your team can document a clear
    Opportunity Outcome Statement.

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    Define
    Define
    Identify, document, and prioritize the
    problems to be solved based on the
    opportunity at hand, and fill out a crisp
    Problems to Be Solved Outcome
    Statement.

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    Explore
    Explore
    Explore
    Come up with a variety of potential
    solutions for the problems to be
    solved. Your objective is to identify
    one or more solutions that will delight
    your target users, solve their core
    problems, and claim the opportunity.

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    Execute
    Execute
    Based on the variety of solutions you
    have explored in the previous phase
    do a „Investment Decision“ and build
    a product based on the prototypes
    and inputs discovered before.

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    The ”Double Diamond”

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    Validate with Users
    This is a fundamental tenet of Design Thinking. You
    must constantly validate your ideas and your
    conclusions with real users. Anything worth acting on
    — and investing in — is worth gut-checking with your
    target audience.
    Make Things
    This is another basic principle of Design Thinking. It’s
    not enough to explain your ideas to your users. You
    must make things to illustrate your ideas and give your
    users something to react to, validate, or reject.
    The Guard Rails
    Validate with
    Users
    This is a fundamental tenet of Design
    Thinking. You must constantly validate
    your ideas and your conclusions with
    real users. Anything worth acting on —
    and investing in — is worth gut-
    checking with your target audience.

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    Validate with Users
    This is a fundamental tenet of Design Thinking. You
    must constantly validate your ideas and your
    conclusions with real users. Anything worth acting on
    — and investing in — is worth gut-checking with your
    target audience.
    Make Things
    This is another basic principle of Design Thinking. It’s
    not enough to explain your ideas to your users. You
    must make things to illustrate your ideas and give your
    users something to react to, validate, or reject.
    The Guard Rails
    Make things
    This is another basic principle of
    Design Thinking. It’s not enough to
    explain your ideas to your users. You
    must make things to illustrate your
    ideas and give your users something
    to react to, validate, or reject.

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    Discover

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    The Discover Phase
    Areas to Cover
    1. Gather user data
    2. Synthesize insights
    3. Validate findings
    4. Make the big opportunity
    Discovery Tools
    qInterviews
    qObservation
    qRole Playing
    qEmpathy Map
    qJourney Map
    qCompetitive Analysis
    p. 100
    Looking for the right tool?

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    Opportunity
    Outcome Statement
    [A. CORE USER] needs to
    [B. PRIMARY NEED] because
    [C. SURPRISING USER-VALIDATED INSIGHT]
    Today,
    [D. HOW CURRENT SOLUTIONS FALL SHORT].

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    Define

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    Areas to Cover
    1. Craft How Might We
    statements
    2. Ideate and align
    3. Role play and create a
    storyboard
    4. Define the problems to be
    solved
    Definition Tools
    q How Might We
    q Competitive Analysis
    q Design Criteria
    q Storyboard
    q Role Playing
    q Experience Principles
    The Define Phase
    p. 124
    Looking for the right tool?

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    Problems to Be Solved
    Outcome Statement
    As a result of this, our solution absolutely must:
    [A. PRIMARY PROBLEM TO SOLVE],
    while
    [B. SECONDARY PROBLEM TO SOLVE],
    plus if possible,
    [C. TERTIARY PROBLEM TO SOLVE].

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    How Might we?
    Guidelines
    1. Amp up the good
    2. Remove the bad
    3. Explore the opposite
    4. Question a assumption
    5. Create a analogy

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    Explore
    Explore

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    Areas to Cover
    Brainstorm creative solutions
    Sketch low-fidelity concepts
    Create interactive prototypes
    Validate with users
    Exploration Tools
    q Time-bound Brainstorming
    q Crazy 8’s
    q Dot Voting
    q Low Fidelity Concept Sketching
    q Interactive Prototypes
    q Concept Testing
    q Validating Interview
    The Explore Phase
    p. 142
    Looking for the right tool?

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    Crazy 8‘s

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    Execute

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    Bring It All Together
    Bringing it all
    together

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    “What’s Next”
    Raw Ideas
    Discover
    THE
    OPPORTUNITY
    Define
    PROBLEMS &
    POTENTIAL SOLUTIONS
    Explore
    WOW
    SOLUTIONS
    Validate with Users
    Make Things
    High Fidelity
    Concept
    Investment
    Decision
    Execute
    Cisco Design Thinking Framework

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    Design Thinking Resources
    How to make a DT session on Webex
    (By Yaman Hakmi) – CLEUR 2020 - BRKCOL-1609
    DevNet Design Thinking Site
    developer.cisco.com/sites/designthinking
    Cisco Internal Design Thinking Site (includes the book)
    design.cisco.com

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