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Double diamond diagram of design thinking on the dark background
Design Thinking Process Diagrams (PPT Template)
Double Diamond Diagram of Design Thinking – Dark Background
The slide depicts the Double Diamond Diagram used in Design Thinking processes. It comprises four phases: Discover, Define, Develop, and Deliver, each represented by a diamond shape, emphasizing the diverging and converging approaches of design. The Discover phase involves Research and diverging to understand the general problem, indicated by an icon of a microscope. The Define phase involves Insight and converges to clarify the specific problem, represented by a stack of books icon. The Develop phase moves to Ideation and diverging to brainstorm solutions, marked by a speech bubble icon. The Deliver phase is about Prototyping and converging to create a specific solution, shown with a paper plane icon.
- The slide background is a dark shade, which emphasizes the content.
- Four diamond shapes are prominently displayed in a horizontal sequence, each representing a phase of the Design Thinking process.
- Each diamond shape has a different color: yellow for Discover, dark blue for Define, turquoise for Develop, and gray for Deliver, using a gradient effect.
- Inside each diamond, there is an icon and a label corresponding to a stage of the process: a microscope for Research, books for Insight, a speech bubble for Ideation, and a paper plane for Prototype.
- The labels "Diverge" and "Converge" appear in white text, indicating the nature of the thought process for each stage.
- The diagram is outlined with white borders, enhancing the visibility and division between stages.
- The four phases of the process are labeled below the diamonds with additional rectangular shapes and white text.
The overall look of this slide is professional and visually engaging. The use of contrasting colors and icons makes it easy to distinguish between different stages of the process.
- To explain the Design Thinking methodology during a workshop or educational session.
- In a business meeting to illustrate the process of problem solving and innovation.
- As part of a presentation to stakeholders to showcase the framework used for product or service design.
- To guide discussions about project progress and phase transitions in design and development teams.