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Design Process Mini-Guide

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The Design Process Mini-Guide is five-page document outlining a design process taught at the Stanford d.school. The school gives this resource to students after a short design experience, to help solidify the takeaways and abstract the experience to useful framework. The publishers suggest using the document in conjunction with an action-oriented design experience, such as their related Gift Giving Project and Wallet Project. This resource is on an older archive version of the d.school website. The resource is also available in Spanish.

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About this resource

Type

Guidance

Country/Territory

United States

Date Published

2010

License

CC BY-NC-SA Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike

Formats

PDF publication

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