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BECOME THE MASTER OF YOUR DESIGN PROCESS

BECOME THE MASTER

What is this all about?

Design is an exiting journey of exploring spaces and defeating uncertainty.

Design Processes are often described as a guideline, framework or toolbox, containing a set of methods/tools for different phases of the process. The term 'agile' often follows, to explain the flexible, iterative or linear/non-linear principles of the process. And while all of this is true, it can be hard to learn how a process is actually applied.

To be able to apply the process, you have to understand how it works. Therefore, using it is a good start and we are here to help you do that.

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Become a Master


The Guru

This project aims to provide a guideline throughout popular design processes, such as the Design Council's Double Diamond, Stanford D.Schools Design Thinking Process, and many more.

We support you in creating and maintaining your own design process. This will help you:
* to choose the right methods in the right phase of the process,
* to plan ahead by browsing methods and hints and tricks to upcoming process phases,
* to keep track on the methods you used,
* to visualize the process for reports and printouts,
* to share your process (and progress) with colleagues, supervisors and other stakeholders,
* and more...

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Design Processes

DESIGN PROCESSES

There are many different design processes out there. The following holistic visualizations give a short, yet incomplete, overview.

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D.School's 5 Stage Process
British Design Council's Double Diamond Design Process
IDEO's 3 Stage Process
Google's Design Sprint

YOUR PROCESS

YOUR PROCESS

Start with what you have, and decide what to do next!


Public Version is coming soon...

You request an invitation via email to get early access to our beta version (work in progress!)

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