My design process consists of four main stages, allowing both a parallel exchange to occur from the two perspectives of the designer and the user. Whether it is creating a process for understanding people or designing an outcome that could help them, the parallel altercation of these two elements
is integral to the authentic exploration of these design intentions.
By taking a participatory design approach and extracting design elements from behavioural design, I aim to enrich the design process with contextual and informative insights to design outcomes that enable change. Inspired by the variety of human-centred design approaches in both the behavioural and participatory design methods, I design processes that balances both the user and the designer.
Put bluntly, people inform design that informs people, so it is integral to understand and engage with the people we design for.
1. engage | enrol 2. extract | express 3. ideate | evaluate 4. enable | experience