Solving a Problem: Alone Together

Solving a Problem: Alone Together

This year, the students in the Second Year of the Master of Interaction Design taking part in the MGA 682 Interaction Design Project were to conduct a Remote Sprint exercise to help them solve a difficult problem, presented by the instructor.

Figure 1: Starting to work together remotely — definite the target user and their journey
Figure 3: Making decisions on project direction as a team using Miro.
Figure 3: Example of a hand-drawn solution sketch from the Design Sprint
Figure 4: Visual language used in the final prototype of the team solution.
  1. It generated internal discussion and planted seeds of potential solutions in the future or at the very least inspiration for future Master’s research and professional work.
  2. It created a dialogue with real people about their real challenges in several countries in the world and showed that the need to help nurses with their time on the job and their mental health maintenance is real and needs attention and effort from multidisciplinary teams in order to be solved.

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