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Day 7 (6/25) Reflection

After we created our POV statements we moved into the ideation phase on day 7.  The ideation phase is now used to parse out solutions for the POV’s that were created.  There is a whole process involved, and we accomplished this process at D:hive with Andy (D:hive) and Megan (Little Things Labs).

First […]

How I got to John, The Maker

Day 6 (6/24) Reflection:

On day 6 we visited Skidmore Studios in downtown Detroit.  They are a design studio that exclusively uses design thinking to solve their client’s issues. They tell clients there is no other way for their services to be helpful if they do not use the design thinking process. There is a HUGE […]

John, The Maker

Synthesizing

Day 5 (6/23) Reflections:

Day 5 gave us a chance to really synthesize all the information we gathered from the past four days. We dumped all our findings onto our post-its and began synthesizing.  First we learned about the synthesis process. The ultimate goal of the synthesis process is to come up with a Point Of […]

Maker’s and Their Spaces

Day 4 (6/22) Reflections:

On the fourth day we went on a few more interview trips to see why makers do what they do.  On this Saturday morning we started off by traveling to historic Eastern Market.  This place is traditionally known for wholesale food vendors and Saturday markets.  It is one of the largest outdoor […]

Detroit Production Makers

Day 3 (6/21) Reflection:

 

On the third day, we went out into the field and were able to meet some Detroit makers.  We headed off to the Ponyride building in Corktown, which is filled with makers.  The space is an old warehouse re-purposed to house “socially-conscious artists and entrepreneurs to work and share knowledge, resources and […]

Project Breaker Day 2–Design Research

Day 2 (6/20) Reflection:

On the second day we were introduced to some research methods to help prepare for our interviews and observations on day three and four.  We talked with a representative at Gyro who used to do product design research.

Here are my notes:

Design Research

What is DR

Coordinated activities designed to gather insights into behavior based […]

Project Break Day 1

Quickly: Project Breaker is a 14 day training course sponsored by the Standford d school to teach Design Thinking to young adults (18-24) in Detroit, NYC, and online around the world.  Design Thinking is a problem solving method that incorporates design practices into innovative solutions.  The focus of the training is on The Future of Stuff. […]

Summer in the D-Blast

Sorry for the lateness, been really bsuy with Project Breaker (posts to come).  Anyway, enjoy last week/begining of this week’s D-Blast and I’ll try to get the next one out on time.

Grab the interactive version here: D_Blast 6.19_6.26

Not Your Father’s D-Blast

A little quieter this coming week in Detroit, but that doesn’t mean nothing is happening in the city.  I think with Father’s Day some of major events that has been happening over the last few weeks is taking a break until next week.  Plus, summer starts really soon, so a string of great events is […]