DSU Project Group 3
In this project, we work with our Co-designer, who is visually impaired. we want to bring added value to his life with our design.
The Research Phase
Conduct Interviews and Research Co-Design
In the research phase, we included the background research about physical impairment, possible Co-design method, the interview with our Co-designer.
After this session, we got a general understanding of our Co-designer so that the design challenge is getting clearer.
"Help the user organize and find everyday objects (in a way that is also inclusive of other target groups/a wider target group)."
Co-Designing the Product
Our co-design session started with a brainstorming session, in which we explored different paths toward the solution, and made those rough ideas into clay prototype.
Our co-designer was invited to test out the clay models and walk through several scenarios and share his thoughts.
In the end, the product is being defined as a smart shelf with a tracking function.
The Final Feedback
We had a second in-person meeting with our co-designer to present the prototype to him, and receive his feedback.