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  1. 1. Design Thinking / Agile UX Workshop Resources Leaning Lunch Talk Oct 19, 2016
  2. 2. 2 Agenda Todays Agenda: 12:15 AM 12:20 AM 12:30 PM 12:35 PM 12:40 PM 12:45 PM 12:50 PM Brief Design History Design Thinking Collective Knowledge & Experience Workshop Exercises: 100YRS-IP Agile methodology 100 YRS POV : Why it matters Books & Q & A
  3. 3. 3 Design is thinking made visual - Saul Bass
  4. 4. 3 Design is thinking made visual - Saul Bass
  5. 5. 4 Title Page Short History How we got here
  6. 6. A BRIEF DESIGN HISTORY LESSON 5 1890s 1920s&30s 1940-1960s 1980s 2000s 2020s Arts&Cra4s Movement AppliedArts& Design CommercialArts &Design ComputerArts &Design MediaArts &Design VRArts& Design
  7. 7. A BRIEF DESIGN HISTORY LESSON 5 1890s 1920s&30s 1940-1960s 1980s 2000s 2020s Arts&Cra4s Movement AppliedArts& Design CommercialArts &Design ComputerArts &Design MediaArts &Design VRArts& Design DESIGN THINKING SOLVED HUMAN NEEDS
  8. 8. Anyone know who this is? A HISTORY LESSON 6
  9. 9. Ran the Cooper Hewitt Anyone know who this is? A HISTORY LESSON 6
  10. 10. Ran the Cooper Hewitt Anyone know who this is? Father of Interaction Design A HISTORY LESSON 6
  11. 11. Ran the Cooper Hewitt Anyone know who this is? Father of Interaction Design A HISTORY LESSON 6 Co-Founder of IDEO
  12. 12. Ran the Cooper Hewitt Anyone know who this is? Father of Interaction Design A HISTORY LESSON 6 Co-Founder of IDEO
  13. 13. Ran the Cooper Hewitt Bill Moggridge Anyone know who this is? Father of Interaction Design A HISTORY LESSON 6 Co-Founder of IDEO
  14. 14. Ran the Cooper Hewitt Bill Moggridge William Grant "Bill" Moggridge, RDI (25 June 1943 8 September 2012) was a British designer, author and educator who cofounded the design company IDEO[3] and was director of the Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum in New York.[4] He was a pioneer in adopting a human-centred approach in design, and championed interaction design as a mainstream design discipline (he is given credit for coining the term). Among his achievements, he designed the rst laptop computer, the GRiD Compass,[5] was honoured for Lifetime Achievement from the National Design Awards,[6] and given the Prince Philip Designers Prize. Anyone know who this is? Father of Interaction Design A HISTORY LESSON 6 Co-Founder of IDEO
  15. 15. Ran the Cooper Hewitt Bill Moggridge William Grant "Bill" Moggridge, RDI (25 June 1943 8 September 2012) was a British designer, author and educator who cofounded the design company IDEO[3] and was director of the Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum in New York.[4] He was a pioneer in adopting a human-centred approach in design, and championed interaction design as a mainstream design discipline (he is given credit for coining the term). Among his achievements, he designed the rst laptop computer, the GRiD Compass,[5] was honoured for Lifetime Achievement from the National Design Awards,[6] and given the Prince Philip Designers Prize. Anyone know who this is? Father of Interaction Design A HISTORY LESSON 6 "If there is a simple, easy principle that binds everything I have done together, it is my interest in people and their relationship to things." Co-Founder of IDEO
  16. 16. 7 Evangelized Design Thinking to Corporate America
  17. 17. 7 Evangelized Design Thinking to Corporate America Tim Brown
  18. 18. 7 Evangelized Design Thinking to Corporate America Tim Brown David Kelley
  19. 19. 7 Evangelized Design Thinking to Corporate America Bill Moggridge Tim Brown David Kelley
  20. 20. 7 Evangelized Design Thinking to Corporate America Bill Moggridge Tim Brown Mike NuttallDavid Kelley
  21. 21. 7 Evangelized Design Thinking to Corporate America Bill Moggridge Tim Brown Mike NuttallDavid Kelley
  22. 22. 7 Evangelized Design Thinking to Corporate America Bill Moggridge Tim Brown Mike NuttallDavid Kelley Rodger Martin
  23. 23. 7 Evangelized Design Thinking to Corporate America Bill Moggridge Tim Brown Mike NuttallDavid Kelley Rodger Martin
  24. 24. IDEO FOUNDERS = STANFORD D-SCHOOL 8 The shifting role of design in business from noun to verb, where design can be used as a differentiator to respond to changing trends and consumer behaviors, while gaining competitive advantage that ultimately impacts bottom-line and drives business growth. Businesses are beginning to realize the necessity of design as a value creation capability to complement its existing value management capability. DesignBusiness DesignBusiness Design as Design as
  25. 25. 9 Title Page Design Thinking A quick overview
  26. 26. 10 Design Thinking
  27. 27. 11 Design Thinking in Action Question 04030201 05 Empathize Create Research Discover Inspire Define Segments Empathize Beliefs Behaviors Define Differentiate Focus Relate Identify Voice Sketch Iterate Synthesize Insight Innovate Pathfinding Draft a shared understanding of the project goals and step back from the brief to gain clarity and get to the heart of the matter. Understand your audience and what they need and want. Empathize with their needs, wants and aspirations. Align and define the problem at hand along with framing the issues for our users. Identify and flush out the essence and purpose of the brand and brand voice. Formulate a direction and a point of view around what to focus on and clearly define next steps. IdeateStrategize Our Time in Denver
  28. 28. ARCHITECTURE - DESIGN / BUILD 12 Design Thinking has learned from other industries and applied itself to primary software
  29. 29. ARCHITECTURE - DESIGN / BUILD 13
  30. 30. THE DOUBLE DIAMOND PROCESS 14
  31. 31. THE I WORD 15 Design Thinking has a human centered goal that leads to Innovation
  32. 32. 16 Title Page Agile + UX A quick overview
  33. 33. 17 Conceptual Projects
  34. 34. 18 Conceptual Projects Less Iterative More Iterative
  35. 35. 19 Team Agile Framework
  36. 36. AGILE METHOD AS HOUSEKEEPING 20
  37. 37. 21 Agile Methodology Agile Aspects
  38. 38. 22 Title Page Design Thinking / Agile Workshops A quick overview
  39. 39. 23 How We Arrived at Our Workshop Outcomes COLLABORATE WORKED TOGETHER IN GROUPS TO TO ARRIVE AT EMERGING SOLUTIONS AND INSIGHTS PRESENT EACH GROUP PRESENTED THE RATIONALE AROUND THE IDEAS THEY CREATED VOTE ENTIRE WORKSHOP HAD A CHANCE TO VOTE ON THE BEST IDEAS Design Thinking Workshops
  40. 40. DESIGN THINKING WORKSHOP EXERCISES 24
  41. 41. FAMILIAR EXERCISES 25
  42. 42. FAMILIAR EXERCISES 26
  43. 43. UX / DESIGN THINKING EXERCISES 27
  44. 44. A HUNDRED YEAR LOCATION 28
  45. 45. 18 + WORKSHOP EXERCISES 29
  46. 46. 30 Title Page Design Thinking + Agile A quick overview
  47. 47. DESIGN THINKING + AGILE 31 Design Product DESIGN THINKING AGILE DEVELOPMENT
  48. 48. DESIGN THINKING + AGILE 31 Design Product DESIGN THINKING AGILE DEVELOPMENT
  49. 49. DESIGN THINKING + AGILE 31 Design Product DESIGN THINKING AGILE DEVELOPMENT
  50. 50. DESIGN THINKING + AGILE 31 Design Product DESIGN THINKING AGILE DEVELOPMENT UX
  51. 51. HERMENEUTICS THEORY 32 { { Website Apps Communications Define
  52. 52. 33 Title Page Why it matters How we address it
  53. 53. 34 Design Thinking
  54. 54. 35 Framing Question We cant solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them - Albert Einstein
  55. 55. 36 Four Column Points Building scenarios and prototyping the implications of how these systems change society, purchasing decisions and technical trust. Where old systems die or get automated, new opportunities and new services exist. Humans build the products and services & new ideas should address human needs. If everything can communicate to everything then we must make that information and experience compelling and magical. Future is undefined New Services & New Opportunities Human Centered Approaches Design Thinking + Agile Development
  56. 56. SOME DESIGN THINKING READING 37
  57. 57. SOME AGILE / UX READING 38
  58. 58. 39 Title Page Question and Answer
  59. 59. QUESTION & ANSWERS 40