Pack Unleashed

Design Doing

July 07, 2020 Pack: Better Together Season 1 Episode 6
Pack Unleashed
Design Doing
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Pack Unleashed
Design Doing
Jul 07, 2020 Season 1 Episode 6
Pack: Better Together

For our sixth episode, we explore the case for when it’s time to stop thinking around your product ideas and time to put things into action. Design doing! 

A lot of the time it can be easy to snuggle up in the 'comfort blanket' of endless research without committing to making anything other than documents full of theory. 

We argue the point, that while design thinking is definitely valid, design doing is the way forward. Get out there earlier and test your ideas.

We discuss the Design Sprint, the ultimate hybrid of thinking and doing, and how Matt learnt the importance of getting practical while baking sourdough during lockdown. 
 
You do not want to miss the knowledge bombs within. 

Get this in your ears, pronto.
 
 
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Links from the show:

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• Malcolm Gladwell - Blink

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blink:_The_Power_of_Thinking_Without_Thinking

• Tim Brown - Change by design 

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Change-Design-Transforms-Organizations-Innovation/dp/0061766089

• Ed Catmull - Creativity inc

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Creativity-Inc-Overcoming-Unseen-Inspiration/dp/0593070097

• Design sprints with Pack

https://www.ridewiththepack.com/design-sprints/

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 Find us here:

https://www.ridewiththepack.com/

Get in touch with us here:

[email protected]

& please don’t forget to subscribe and spread the word.

Peace.X

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Founders of Pack and UX and UI industry veterans, John, Matt and Dom are on a mission to help product teams design better digital products and services, fast! 

Expect insights into digital product design, innovation, design thinking, design doing and productivity, interlaced with obscure 80’s film references, sourdough-baking tips from Matt and loads more mind-blowing stuff!

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 Original music used in this podcast © Resting State by HOME:
 
 https://home96.bandcamp.com/releases
 
 Under the creative commons 3.0 license:
 
 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

Show Notes

For our sixth episode, we explore the case for when it’s time to stop thinking around your product ideas and time to put things into action. Design doing! 

A lot of the time it can be easy to snuggle up in the 'comfort blanket' of endless research without committing to making anything other than documents full of theory. 

We argue the point, that while design thinking is definitely valid, design doing is the way forward. Get out there earlier and test your ideas.

We discuss the Design Sprint, the ultimate hybrid of thinking and doing, and how Matt learnt the importance of getting practical while baking sourdough during lockdown. 
 
You do not want to miss the knowledge bombs within. 

Get this in your ears, pronto.
 
 
 —————————

Links from the show:

—————————

• Malcolm Gladwell - Blink

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blink:_The_Power_of_Thinking_Without_Thinking

• Tim Brown - Change by design 

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Change-Design-Transforms-Organizations-Innovation/dp/0061766089

• Ed Catmull - Creativity inc

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Creativity-Inc-Overcoming-Unseen-Inspiration/dp/0593070097

• Design sprints with Pack

https://www.ridewiththepack.com/design-sprints/

—————————
 
 Find us here:

https://www.ridewiththepack.com/

Get in touch with us here:

[email protected]

& please don’t forget to subscribe and spread the word.

Peace.X

—————————

Founders of Pack and UX and UI industry veterans, John, Matt and Dom are on a mission to help product teams design better digital products and services, fast! 

Expect insights into digital product design, innovation, design thinking, design doing and productivity, interlaced with obscure 80’s film references, sourdough-baking tips from Matt and loads more mind-blowing stuff!

—————————
 
 Original music used in this podcast © Resting State by HOME:
 
 https://home96.bandcamp.com/releases
 
 Under the creative commons 3.0 license:
 
 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/