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Design Leadership Terms and Definitions
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(from the strategy firm, Anecdote): 'pobes' and actions that are designed to create new possibilities
Something that is needed or wanted
synonyms: requirement, prerequisite, need indispensable thing, sine qua non, essential, requisite, necessary
plural sche·ma·ta [skee-muh-tuh or, sometimes, skee-mah-tuh, ski-] /ˈski mə tə or, sometimes, skiˈmɑ tə, skɪ-/, sche·mas.
1. a diagram, plan, or scheme.
2. an underlying organizational pattern or structure; conceptual framework:A schema provides the basis by which someone relates to the events he or she experiences.
3. (in Kantian epistemology) a concept, similar to a universal but limited to phenomenal knowledge, by which an object of knowledge or an idea of pure reason may be apprehended.
An organized pattern of thinking; models of inquiry and resulting actions to take/taken
1. serving to indicate or point out; stimulating interest as a means of furthering investigation.
2. encouraging a person to learn, discover, understand, or solve problems on his or her own, as byexperimenting, evaluating possible answers or solutions, or by trial and error:a heuristic teaching method.
3. of, relating to, or based on experimentation, evaluation, or trial-and-error methods.
A visual example of utilizing a holistic process in developing a design strategy:
Holistic Design Thinking
(from the Interactive Design Foundation) Holistic design is a design approach which sees a design as an interconnected whole that is part of the larger world. ... The focus of holistic design is context dependent; even so, among other things, it considers aesthetics, sustainability, and spirituality. Visual example of bringing subjects of inquiry together to build a design strategy:
(most often used to describe architecture): Vernacular architecture, such as the igloo, the log cabin or the medieval city, arises out of locality and use, or in other words, from the community and not from professional architects.
an artistic or literary style that is more concerned with form (= rules about the arrangement of different elements) than with expressing feelings or meaning: Some artists had been attracted to formalism and minimalism because of its supposed neutrality.
a response to an idea, strategy, or artifact that utilizes fact-based information and other non-biased information to discuss and assess the output design thinking
a response to an idea, strategy, or artifact that is grounded in personal, individual beliefs or experiences
defined actions taken to deploy a design strategy. Tactics are the result of a design strategy.
Intention / Intentionality
done with intention or on purpose; intended:an intentional insult.
the process of developing an understanding of users, not just their overt needs, but of their constraints, practices, problem-solving approaches, contexts, and the interrelations between people as a whole. The aim of researching users in such a way is to help designers identify their users' underlying needs (i.e. those that are not instantly apparent or accessible through questioning alone). Once we have established these needs we can develop new problem-solving approaches that accommodate the users' constraints and exploit (in a nice way) their capabilities. The ultimate aim is to improve the user's or consumer's experience by tailoring the product to their explicit, implicit, and latent needs.
is a tangible output that encapsulates a design-based strategy; this may include an object, a schema, or other thought-leadership tactics such as published articles or lectures.
the original pattern or model of which all things of the same type are representations or copies : PROTOTYPE...(example) the House of Commons, the archetype of all the representative assemblies which now meet ...
psychology : an inherited idea or mode of thought in the psychology of C. G. Jung that is derived from the experience of the race and is present in the unconscious of the individual
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