Najm Sheikh - Design Thinking

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Published on September 13, 2016

Author: NajmSheikh

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1. DESIGN THINKING, TIM BROWN - Implement your ideas. Design, Business, and Innovation Najm Sheikh

2. - Implement your ideas. - Measure your progress. DESIGN THINKING, TIM BROWN Design, Business, and Innovation Najm Sheikh

3. - Implement your ideas. - Measure your progress. - Evaluate third-party feedback. DESIGN THINKING, TIM BROWN Design, Business, and Innovation Najm Sheikh

4. - Implement your ideas. - Measure your progress. - Evaluate third-party feedback. DESIGN THINKING, TIM BROWN Design, Business, and Innovation Najm Sheikh

5. DESIGN THINKING, CRITICAL QUESTION 1- Do you have to be a designer to benefit from “Design Thinking”? Design, Business, and Innovation Najm Sheikh

6. DESIGN THINKING, CRITICAL QUESTION 1- Do you have to be a designer to benefit from “Design Thinking”? Design, Business, and Innovation Najm Sheikh No, you do not! Brown, Tim. "Change by design." (2009).

7. DESIGN THINKING, CRITICAL QUESTION 2 - How can we, as students, utilize “Design Thinking”? Design, Business, and Innovation Najm Sheikh

8. DESIGN THINKING, CRITICAL QUESTION 2 - How can we, as students, utilize “Design Thinking”? Design, Business, and Innovation Najm Sheikh Many ways. Change your environment. Rethink schedules. Change transit routes. IDEO. “Design Thinking for Educators."

9. ETHNOGRAPHIC RESEARCH READING NOTES - Train yourself to think outside the box Design, Business, and Innovation Najm Sheikh

10. ETHNOGRAPHIC RESEARCH READING NOTES - Train yourself to think outside the box - Strive for diversity of thought by looking at extremes Design, Business, and Innovation Najm Sheikh

11. ETHNOGRAPHIC RESEARCH READING NOTES - Train yourself to think outside the box - Strive for diversity of thought by looking at extremes - Use the collected data to make new discoveries, not confirm old biases Design, Business, and Innovation Najm Sheikh

12. Design, Business, and Innovation Najm Sheikh ETHNOGRAPHIC RESEARCH, Students at a hackathon - Students talking about shared interests during team formation hour.

13. Design, Business, and Innovation Najm Sheikh - Students conversing about what technologies to use to make their app.

14. Design, Business, and Innovation Najm Sheikh - At midnight, some students stayed to continue working on their projects.

15. Design, Business, and Innovation Najm Sheikh - Student presenting their project to her cohort and the general public.

16. Design, Business, and Innovation Najm Sheikh - The “hacker” culture also includes students putting stickers on their laptops as event memorabilia.

17. Design, Business, and Innovation Najm Sheikh ETHNOGRAPHIC RESEARCH FINDINGS - Students feel uncomfortable leaving their stuff unsupervised

18. Design, Business, and Innovation Najm Sheikh EDITED INTERVIEW - Andreas discusses his experience at the hackathon.

19. INTERVIEW FINDINGS - The large amount of people can be overwhelming. - Students attend the event by themselves, then they make friends. - Students feel uneasy leaving their electronics around, unguarded, when attending workshops. - Despite the minor concerns, student would love to attend more hackathons. Design, Business, and Innovation Najm Sheikh

20. Design, Business, and Innovation Najm Sheikh - Can you guess something odd about this picture? ETHNOGRAPHIC RESEARCH, Observations and Findings

21. Design, Business, and Innovation Najm Sheikh HINT: It is something that is very expensive and theft prone

22. Design, Business, and Innovation Najm Sheikh Several unattended laptops!

23. Design, Business, and Innovation Najm Sheikh DESK RESEARCH, BUSINESS SITES Where are Laptops Stolen From Most Often? http://www.securitymagazine.com/articles/87351-where-are-laptops-stolen-from-most-often The following article lists various surveys and studies conducted to find out which kinds of events and locations attract the most (or least) amount of electronics theft.

24. Design, Business, and Innovation Najm Sheikh Ask HN: Running a hackathon and someone's laptop got stolen, what should we do? https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=6346032 DESK RESEARCH, BUSINESS SITES A discussion post on the topic of laptops being stolen at hackathons and various other tech events. The discussion also includes people’s insight into how to prevent such issues from arising and how to deal with them should the problem occur.

25. Design, Business, and Innovation Najm Sheikh Laptop Security, Part Two: Protecting Information on a Stolen Laptop https://www.symantec.com/connect/articles/laptop-security-part-two-protecting-information-stolen-laptop DESK RESEARCH, BUSINESS SITES The article discusses various steps and measures to be taken in case a laptop is stolen. The information provided in this journal will help us form our own solution for the problem.

26. Design, Business, and Innovation Najm Sheikh Laptop theft: a case study on the effectiveness of security mechanisms in open organizations https://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=1866391 DESK RESEARCH, BUSINESS SITES A research study conducted by the ACM. The study analyzes theft statistics and other data to show how effective the current technology is in rooting out a thief.

27. Design, Business, and Innovation Najm Sheikh Theft prevention using wireless security system (WSS) http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/4897429/ DESK RESEARCH, BUSINESS SITES The aforementioned research journal explores a method of thwarting laptop theft via a wireless communications system. The paper discusses the effectiveness of a proof-of- concept model of a certain RFID chip. Such information will prove useful in inventing different, more affordable, options for consumers to secure their laptops and data.

28. Design, Business, and Innovation Najm Sheikh PROPOSED SOLUTION The innovation will allow a user to leave their device unattended without any worry as the laptop will sound an alarm if: • The lid is moved more than 10 degrees in either direction OR • The laptop chassis is exposed or tampered with OR • The laptop is moved from one location to another.

29. Design, Business, and Innovation Najm Sheikh PROPOSED SOLUTION The innovation will allow a user to leave their device unattended without any worry as the laptop will sound an alarm if: • The lid is moved more than 10 degrees in either direction OR • The laptop chassis is exposed or tampered with OR • The laptop is moved from one location to another.

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