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week 5 notes

by: Kalli Wyatt

week 5 notes RECM 415

Kalli Wyatt

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ideation, prototype, and testing
Experience Design
Mathew Duerden
Class Notes
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This 6 page Class Notes was uploaded by Kalli Wyatt on Wednesday September 28, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to RECM 415 at Brigham Young University taught by Mathew Duerden in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 4 views. For similar materials see Experience Design in Buisness at Brigham Young University.


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Date Created: 09/28/16
week 5 notes {9/26/2016-9/28/2016} Why does the 30 circle activity help us ideate? Fluency vs. Flexibility fluency— meaning a variation on a theme flexibility— more random ideas if you circles have a general theme that’s more fluent vs. if they were all random that is flexibility THATS YOUR STARTING LINE FOR ALL EXPERIENCE DESIGN! divergent the converge quantity over quality ditch perfection! “how might we” questions breaking it down into more doable chunks small actionable questions your brainstorm should have a WIDE range of ideas for you to harvest "It’s not about coming up with 1 genius idea that solves the problem” —Ankit Gupta Lesssons LLearnedd: do something mindset minimized planning & maximized action prototyped cheaply & quickly used constraints [time] to fuel action gather an audience just start! believe you can make a difference bite size pieces give yourself deadlines keep a list of things that bug you || a bug list || why prototyping? you get money gets more ideas better projects thoughts become physical gets rid of perfectionism examples: drafts of papers, pictures you give to hairdressers How do you prototype experiences? schedules and run-throughs redesign the space dress rehearsals identify a variable you want to test “when you identify a variable you can save energy in creating all the faces of a complicated experience” “release your idea into the WILD before its ready” —Tom Hulme what is the goal of testing? how are you going to gather & organize feedback? use I like, I wish, and what if statements —> constructive conversations feedback capture grid


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