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Five action phases of design thinking process on the dark background
from deck Design Thinking Process Diagrams (PPT Template)

5 Action Phases of the Design Thinking – Dark Background

Slide Content

The slide illustrates the stages in design thinking: Empathy, Define, Ideate, Prototype, and Test, leading to the final Product. Empathy focuses on understanding the target user. Define helps to describe user needs. Ideate is where solution ideas are generated and creativity is encouraged. Prototype is the phase of creating drafts of ideas. Test involves presenting the prototype and getting feedback, all contributing to the development of the final Product.

Graphical Look

  • The slide has a dark blue background.
  • There are five interconnected circles, each representing a phase of the Design Thinking process.
  • Each circle contains an icon and two concentric rings, with a different bright color accent (teal, purple, green, blue, and lighter blue).
  • The icons inside the circles symbolize each action phase: two heads with a gear for Empathy, a map pin for Define, a light bulb for Ideate, gears for Prototype, and a speedometer for Test.
  • Horizontal lines connect the circles, suggesting a progression through the stages.
  • Above the circles, there is a timeline with colored dots aligning with the circles below.
  • The words "Inspiration" and "Ideation" appear centered over the first three circles, while "Implementation" appears over the last two.
  • Text below each action phase provides a brief description of the phase's purpose.

The slide has a professional and modern look, using color coding and simple icons to visually organize the information. The design harmonizes iconography with brief textual descriptions, ensuring clarity and focus on the process flow.

Use Cases

  • To introduce the Design Thinking process in educational or training settings.
  • As part of a project kickoff meeting to align team members on the product development approach.
  • Within a workshop aimed at solving complex problems by applying the Design Thinking methodology.
  • To illustrate progress phases in a project proposal or update presentation where Design Thinking is the underlying framework.

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