Experimenting is your chance to gain valuable feedback from the people that will use your idea. This involves taking your developed solution and sharing with the world – or, at least, a small part of it. The knowledge that you gain here is the best in the entire cycle. Reading about things and testing them is great, but nothing compares to seeing how people use the idea.
That takes you to the end of the cycle. But that is not the end of design process thinking. Next, I talk about what happens when your idea has met the real world. But first, I’ll talk about how I’ve used design process thinking.
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?