Stage 2 in the Design Thinking Process: Define the Problem and Interpret the Results | Interaction Design Foundation (IxDF)

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This content is about the Define stage in the Design Thinking process. It covers topics such as methods for synthesising raw data into a meaningful and usable body of knowledge, how to define a problem statement, and how to use methods such as empathy mapping, space saturate and group, and "How Might We" questions to spark ideation sessions. It also explains the relationship between analysis and synthesis and how they take place throughout all stages of the Design Thinking process. Lastly, it introduces the Why-How Laddering process, which starts with asking Why to work out How to solve the specific problem or design challenge.