The Envisioning Kit



This Conditional Design exercise asks participants to assign value to random objects and then prompts them to solve an opportunity need by thinking critically.

This lateral design project has evolved by using a chance methodology and explores the role of design and the designer in interdisciplinary scenarios.

  experience design 

Tags:
Information Design; Process; User Experience; Theory; Chance; Mental Models; Lateral Thinking;

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David Corneail Envisioning Kit

Focus Group #1:


This group consisted of 12 participants who worked independently throughout the workshop. The feedback from this workshop stated: everyone could repeat the process; consider teams; focus on problem;

David Corneail Envisioning Kit

David Corneail Envisioning Kit

David Corneail Envisioning Kit

David Corneail Envisioning Kit

Focus Group #2:


This group consisted of 5 design students who worked collaboratively throughout the workshop and one student who worked independently. The teams were divided by grade. The feedback from this workshop stated: everyone could repeat the process; consider multidisplinary focus; more instruction from facilitator;

David Corneail Envisioning Kit

David Corneail Envisioning Kit

David Corneail Envisioning Kit

Focus Group #3:


This group consisted of 8 participants, 4 were designers and 4 were Healthcare professionals who worked for Michigan Medicine's Population Health office. The opportunity need was focused on an actual problem that the Healthcare professionals deal with on a daily basis. The feedback from this workshop stated: everyone could repeat the process; worthwhile contribution; useful process; consider the use of non-designers or non-specialists working on an unrelated problem;

David Corneail Envisioning Kit

David Corneail Envisioning Kit

David Corneail Envisioning Kit