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The Design Process Mini-Guide is five-page document outlining a design process we teach here at the d.school. We often give this resource to students after a short design experience, to help solidify the takeaways and abstract the experience to useful framework.
What is it?
A five-page document; read about the five modes of the design process (empathize, define, ideate, prototype, and test) as we teach it: the what, why, and how for each mode -- plus notes on transitioning between modes.
It is important to note that we use this process to scaffold students' learning and practice of a design approach, but we expect as students become more adept they will adapt the process to their style and project needs -- and take on design challenges in a much more fluid and cyclical way.
What students learn?
We hope this document facilitates student's assimilation of a design experience into takeaway knowledge.
What we give you:
Process Mini-guide (to view on screen):
The same Process Mini-guide (to print and staple as a booklet):