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 Our research began with identifying the stakeholders, defining our research objectives, then going on to forming ‘how might we’ questions to look at the problems we could be looking at solving.

Our research began with identifying the stakeholders, defining our research objectives, then going on to forming ‘how might we’ questions to look at the problems we could be looking at solving.

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 We worked on a project canvas to predict future solutions.

We worked on a project canvas to predict future solutions.

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 Brainstorming ideas before putting them into clusters. The clusters were mapped on to the difficulty, impact matrix to see which solutions would have maximum impact and could be carried out ease and cost effectiveness in terms of execution.

Brainstorming ideas before putting them into clusters. The clusters were mapped on to the difficulty, impact matrix to see which solutions would have maximum impact and could be carried out ease and cost effectiveness in terms of execution.

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 Our solution was spreading awareness through everyday objects by tying up with companies on a B2B basis. (tea companies, pharmaceutical companies). We envisioned a map with all the possible services/companies/products we could extend this service to through a service blueprint.

Our solution was spreading awareness through everyday objects by tying up with companies on a B2B basis. (tea companies, pharmaceutical companies). We envisioned a map with all the possible services/companies/products we could extend this service to through a service blueprint.

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 This project was done in collaboration with my team members, Pinar Apaydin, Rachel Miller, Amber Ruske and Xinyi Li.

This project was done in collaboration with my team members, Pinar Apaydin, Rachel Miller, Amber Ruske and Xinyi Li.

Artboard 1.jpg
 Our research began with identifying the stakeholders, defining our research objectives, then going on to forming ‘how might we’ questions to look at the problems we could be looking at solving.
Artboard 11.jpg
Artboard 5new.jpg
 We worked on a project canvas to predict future solutions.
Artboard 7new.jpg
 Brainstorming ideas before putting them into clusters. The clusters were mapped on to the difficulty, impact matrix to see which solutions would have maximum impact and could be carried out ease and cost effectiveness in terms of execution.
Artboard 8new.jpg
 Our solution was spreading awareness through everyday objects by tying up with companies on a B2B basis. (tea companies, pharmaceutical companies). We envisioned a map with all the possible services/companies/products we could extend this service to through a service blueprint.
Artboard 11 copy.jpg
 This project was done in collaboration with my team members, Pinar Apaydin, Rachel Miller, Amber Ruske and Xinyi Li.

Our research began with identifying the stakeholders, defining our research objectives, then going on to forming ‘how might we’ questions to look at the problems we could be looking at solving.

We worked on a project canvas to predict future solutions.

Brainstorming ideas before putting them into clusters. The clusters were mapped on to the difficulty, impact matrix to see which solutions would have maximum impact and could be carried out ease and cost effectiveness in terms of execution.

Our solution was spreading awareness through everyday objects by tying up with companies on a B2B basis. (tea companies, pharmaceutical companies). We envisioned a map with all the possible services/companies/products we could extend this service to through a service blueprint.

This project was done in collaboration with my team members, Pinar Apaydin, Rachel Miller, Amber Ruske and Xinyi Li.

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