In this module, you researched other ways of defining the problem. This was fast, as it was a specific question. When applying the design process to a broader problem, the research will take longer. Exploring a well-defined question involves researching all aspects of it – the Who, What, When, Where, How and Why aspects.

Even though this exercise was more focused than that, the principle is still the same. What you did for that exercise is what you’d do for each part of the problem.

Once you have enough information, the next step is to start thinking of solutions.

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Module 1: Introduction
Module 2: Defining the problem
Module 3: Researching the data
Module 4: Imagining possibilities
Module 5: Designing the solution
Module 6: Experimenting
Module 7: Case study: This Course
Module 8: Where to from here?

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