In the last step, you came up with many ideas. Which one best addresses the problem? That’s what you need to ask yourself at this point. The well-defined problem is your guide in picking one idea above all others.

Once you have that idea, it’s time to bring it to life.

It doesn’t need to be perfect. At this stage, building it matters more than getting it right. There’s still plenty of time to refine the solution – and the best way to refine it is to see how it works in the real world.

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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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