Evaluate

Use these tools to test or evaluate different solutions and iterate on them until you've reached the best possible one. Have the courage to converge. Emphasizing “doing” rather than just “talking” can be illuminating in this stage.
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Prototyping


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Developing an early version of a product to convey the look (form-appearance) and feel (function-behavior); can be static or dynamic in nature but is typically built quickly.

  • Time: 60+minutes
  • Group Size: 6+ people
  • Level: Intermediate

May 10, 2021


Rose Bud Thorn


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Visually categorize positive (rose), potential (bud), or negative (thorn) aspects of a topic (e.g., system, product, process).

  • Time: 45+minutes
  • Group Size: 4+ people
  • Level: Beginner


Simplicity Cycle


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Equip users with a visual vocabulary for discussing complexity and simplicity in a design to assess and express the value of adding or removing design elements.

  • Time: 60+minutes
  • Group Size: 6+ people
  • Level: Advanced


Stormdraining


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The inverse of brainstorming, reduce a large collection of ideas, activities, or components to a smaller collection of the most valuable or promising ideas.

  • Time: 60+minutes
  • Group Size: 2+ people
  • Level: Beginner


Trimming


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Iteratively remove unnecessary elements from a design using a structured approach to reducing complexity to produce a more elegant, streamlined final product, process, or organization.

  • Time: 60+minutes
  • Group Size: 4+ people
  • Level: Intermediate


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Use these tools to test or evaluate different solutions and iterate on them until you’ve reached the best possible one. Have the courage to converge. Emphasizing “doing” rather than just “talking” can be illuminating in this stage.

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