WHAT IT IS:
Based on Liz Sanders’s Make Tools,
participants are given designed elements to
organize, alter, and build an ideal product or
service to best suit their needs and priorities.
WHY IS IT VALUABLE:
• Great exercise where participants can
prioritize what really matters in a ‘perfect
world’ experience with the product
• Fun activity that keeps people engaged by
doing and making
WHEN TO USE IT:
This is a good activity when people are
comfortable with an existing product or
service and can relate to it (building an ideal
website, new phone, etc.). You can follow this
activity with a Prioritize activity.
EXAMPLE: frog tasked participants with designing their ideal desktop home page
for a new web-based operating system. These types of activities are great for when
people have ﬁnished their ‘design’ and are describing their ideal experience, as it
gives them stimuli to use to help them describe preferences. You can do this
through conferencing software as a remote method as well.
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