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Designing business: new models for success. Courtney Robinson Contextual research 215– Professor: R. Campbell. Mapping out . Heather’s designing business article Discuses the three gears of business design Gears include: Deep User Understanding concept visualization and strategic design.

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designing business new models for success

Designing business: new models for success

Courtney Robinson

Contextual research

215– Professor: R. Campbell

mapping out
Mapping out
  • Heather’s designing business article

Discuses the three gears of business design

Gears include: Deep User Understanding concept visualization and strategic design

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This map based on the three gears of design is a three step system that co-exist for each because of each other. It is very effective in product and design.

Both based on each other input = output

Deep User understanding

Concept

visualization

Eg. Apple

Eg. Nike

Consumer Input

User friendly

Empathy (why it needs to be improved)

Making a product better

Observation

Behaviors and beliefs

Gears of design

Design concept

Problem inspired

Solution

Business pros and cons

Exploration

Multiple prototyping

Invention

Eg. Pace maker

Strategic design

Better service

Hard to copy design

World awareness

Open minded collaboration

Constant change

Prototypes

Constraints

obstacles

Design must first be obtained using research and data collection

Design is then designed tested and created with trial and error