We documented and published our interdisplinary design process in ICoRD’19
When following the Build • Validate • Learn process, we were constantly in touch with subject matter experts, therapists, and most importantly, the hard of hearing kids themselves. The All India Institute of Speech and Hearing, India was our go-to for all things speech and regularly provided us with insights and feedback throughout the process. Their guidance was invaluable and supported us at every step!
A quick overview of the research methods we employed in the course of this project.
The more stakeholders we spoke to, the more we got to refine our target audience, the problem statement, and subsequently the approach to the solution. One of our biggest takeaways from this project is the unique interdisciplinary nature of our interactions. We documented our experience and verbalised it into a simple framework that would help designers working in an interdisciplinary context to structure their approach better.
The Infinity Process: A framework for interdisciplinary problem-solving.
The Infinity Framework was accepted to be published in the Proceedings of the International Conference on Research and Design 2019, a Springer publication.