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Chapter 6 Prototyping is the Shorthand of Innovation. James Phillips. Intro page. In order to test ski goggles for fogging up, IDEO had to use them in a cold, windy place, but couldn’t afford to travel to a remote location.

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intro page
Intro page
  • In order to test ski goggles for fogging up, IDEO had to use them in a cold, windy place, but couldn’t afford to travel to a remote location.
  • The problem was solved by testing the goggles in an industrial freezer of a local ice cream factory.
the waters rising
The waters rising
  • In the movie, The Abyss , the set was actually an unfinished nuclear power plant.
  • IDEO members working on this movie were required to be scuba-certified, but couldn’t afford to take three weeks for the training. By cutting a deal they were able to be certified in a couple of days.
kid stuff
Kid Stuff
  • As a kid, the author’s brother David built the mother off all snowforts.
  • By trying new techniques David was able to come up with a system of making snowbricks.
  • “keep trying out new techniques…make dramatic improvements.”
build to learn
Build To Learn
  • Boyle’s Law-Never go into a meeting without a prototype.
  • There’s no limit on the amount of prototypes a person can have. It’s alright to have more than one.
  • By prototyping, several unknown variables can be filled in and potential problems and solutions appear.
how amazon did it
How Amazon Did It
  • “Quick prototyping is about acting before you’ve got the answers.”
  • Jeff Bezos packed and started heading west without yet deciding which state he was to be the home of his new business.
  • Bezos was able to get to market before his competition because he acted “ on the run.”
conclusion
Conclusion
  • More of chapter six
chapter 6 cont d prototyping is the shorthand of innovation

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Chapter 6 Cont’d: Prototyping Is The Shorthand Of Innovation

Douglas M. Schmitt

make your luck
Make Your Luck
  • Drawing or making things opens up new possibilities of discovery, even accidental ones
    • Backbone models led to the discovery of the structure of DNA
    • Using a bullet as the first prototype led to the Bell X-1 aircraft
    • Trying to make a self-teeing football, the Aerobie football was born
    • Field table
prototypes beat pictures
Prototypes Beat Pictures
  • Prototypes are tangible, making it easier to change your mind or accept new ideas
  • If a picture is worth a thousand words, a good prototype is worth a thousand pictures
  • Good prototypes don’t just communicate, they persuade
bit by bit

Bit By Bit

  • Accomplish projects and/or presentations in stages to keep the momentum going
  • Prototyping can remind you that sometimes the most obvious, simplest solution is the best
    • Ex: $1.80 fish-eye mirror
shoot the bad ideas first
Shoot The Bad Ideas First
  • Innovation grinds to a halt when prototypes stop being built
  • Prototyping a bad idea is better than no idea at all
    • The bad idea may show you what doesn’t work or lead to a new discovery
how apple did it
How Apple Did It
  • The docking systems for Apple’s Powerbook Duo computers.
  • 3-year-old figured out how to pop a video into a VCR.
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How Apple Did It
  • How about Pop the Duo into the Dock like a video?
  • Toy motor cost $1.25.
  • Software controlled, oil-filled damper to soften the movement.
  • More than a dozen different prototypes were made.
  • A Total success!
forget congress
Forget Congress
  • “Golden Gate National Recreational Area” to Golden Gate National Parks.
  • Rich Silverstein brainstormed to change the name.
  • Michael Schwab created new icon – Golden Gate Bridge and parklands on either side.
  • 26 million contribution and profitable retail stores a great success story.
the art of innovation

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The Art of Innovation

Build Your Greenhouse

Derek Guerin

building neighborhoods
Building Neighborhoods
  • IDEOers are encouraged to display work and design their “neighborhoods” around their personality.
  • They are encouraged to incorporate grand architectural structures
think project think personal
Think Project, Think Personal
  • IDEO encourages workers to add any personal touches to their workspace
  • Ex. Tiki Hut, child’s bedroom
building blocks
Building Blocks
  • They are part of your company’s toolbox.
  • They were originally used for noise reduction
  • Over 800 in the Boston office
  • Entertainment, Dividers, Furniture, and Innovation
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The Art of Innovation

Build your Greenhouse

-Parag Pathak

inspiration from adversity
Inspiration From Adversity
  • Encourage people to solve their own space problems

-Example:Hanging up bikes from the

ceilings.

prototype your space
Prototype Your Space
  • Space inspires and amuses
    • Example:Building up a prototype as big as the model.
create a team icon
Create a Team Icon
  • Generate Team Innovation
    • Example:A vintage Air-craft wing as a centerpiece symbol for space.Later wing was used to build a prototype to test forces the real wing would exert.
building your greenhouse

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Building Your Greenhouse

Fauzia Khatkhatay

watch your body language
Watch Your Body Language
  • What does your body language say?
  • Is your company sending the right signals?
  • First impressions
simple team space
Simple Team Space
  • Keep it simple
  • Changes in the workplace
  • Creating a workplace
  • Density yields
hierarchy enemy of cool space
Hierarchy—Enemy of Cool Space
  • Office spaces based on rank
  • Inequality in allocation
  • Changes in the attitude of the leadership
build your own greenhouse give your workers a view
Build Your Own Greenhouse Give your workers a view

Remove physical/corporate dividers.

Give desired spaces to the group, not just the CEO.

Altered space can:

support innovation,

make resources handy, and

open views up for everyone.

build your own greenhouse tell stories
Build Your Own Greenhouse Tell Stories

Hewlett-Packard’s museum vs.

IDEO’s Exploratorium

- no glass

- low technology display

- central location

- worker expression

build your own greenhouse make your junk sing
Build Your Own Greenhouse Make Your Junk Sing

The Magic Box

- a display of “junk” ranging from circuits, to unusual glass, to oddly molded parts.

- a physical diary of thoughts and ideas

- a tool of inspiration, weapon against brainstorming block.

- now located at every IDEO office worldwide.