User-centered design thinking: using Lateral thinking ap...
May 8, 2021
11:00 AM - 01:00 PM (Asia/Kolkata)
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  • User-centered design thinking: using Lateral thinking approach

Meetup level:

  • Beginner to Intermediate

Case studies on :

  • How ballpoint pen mechanism inspired to design a water bottle for users with disabilities

Key Learnings:

  • The double diamond approach in design thinking
  • Discovering the product-market fit with user insights
  • Using lateral & divergent thinking to generate innovative ideas
  • Nurturing & cultivating lateral thinking in your team

About the speaker:

  • Rachel Tan is an Experience Designer, Foolproof, London based UX design consultancy
  • Ex- Industrial Designer at STUCK
  • She mainly works closely with the researchers to provide actionable outcomes and designs from user insights
  • In her years of being in the design industry, she has designed, tested, and launched physical and digital products for a wide range of clients
  • Outside of work, Rachel is a freelance illustrator, and she is currently working on a children’s book

Who Should Attend:

  • Product Designers
  • Product Managers

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    Zoom Call,
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