A Beginner's Guide to Design Thinking : Assignment - Prototyping

Assignment - Prototyping

Going back to our problem statement:

Obese people need judgment-free and peer-supportive interventions to promote more healthful eating habits. 

  1. What prototypes can you come up with to design a judgment-free intervention to support healthful eating habits for obese people?

Start with paper prototypes.

Later you can experiment with wireframes using Powerpoint.

For High Fidelity Prototypes, feel free to use InVision Studio (it's free) if you're designing a webpage or mobile application.

Remember to test your prototypes with potential users or with your peers.

Discuss your solutions in the discussion forum.


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A Beginner's Guide to Design Thinking
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Kadian Davis-Owusu (PhD)
Kadian has a background in Computer Science and pursued her PhD and post-doctoral studies in the fields of Design for Social Interaction and Design for Health. She has taught a number of interaction design courses at the university level including the University of the West Indies, the University of the Commonwealth Caribbean (UCC) in Jamaica, and the Delft University of Technology in The Netherlands. Kadian also serves as the Founder and Lead UX Designer for TeachSomebody and is the host of the ExpertsConnect video podcast. In this function, Kadian serves to bridge the learning gap by delivering high-quality content tailored to meet your learning needs. Moreover, through expert collaboration, top-quality experts are equipped with a unique channel to create public awareness and establish thought leadership in their related domains.... Show more