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Product Design Stages
Design thinking is essentially a problem-solving approach that prioritizes the user’s needs over product specifications. Design thinking can be integrated into the design process to create better, user-focused products.
The starting point
In order to build a product that users will love, the designer must first get to know them on an emotional and psychological level. This phase involves observing and engaging with people in order to gain a better understanding of them.
Uncertainty must be set aside in order to gain genuine insights about the user. Here is an introduction to the most important empathy-building techniques.
Body & brainstorming
Empathy & customer journey maps
Defining the problems
Once you’ve gathered all your findings from the empathise phase and sorted them out, the define phase begins. You will need to define the problem. Your users are encountering difficulties and barriers, and you will gather them.
What patterns do you notice? What is the most significant problem that your team needs to solve? At the end of the define phase, you will have a concrete statement.
The ideation phase is a judgment-free zone! Designers will brainstorm to generate as many original ideas as they can.
Designers may use a variety of ideation techniques, including brainstorming, mindmapping, and bodystorming (roleplaying), in addition to provocation and other lateral-thinking techniques that challenge conventional thoughts and explore new alternatives and opportunities.
An prototype is a scaled-down version of the product that combines the discovered solutions from earlier phases. This phase is critical in testing each solution and identifying any disadvantages and constraints.
During the prototyping phase, solution proposals may be improved, redesigned, or rejected based on their performance.
Build Test and Repeat
Though user testing is an important part of the Design Thinking process, it is important to remember that it is not always the last step.
In reality, the information you glean from testing frequently leads you back to an earlier phase, allowing you to redefine your initial problem statement or to come up with new ideas.
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