Any design process guides you to the right path to solve the actual human's problem.
I believe that a "design process" depends entirely on the company's internal infrastructure, product, development life cycle, and business goal.
Other than Design Thinking
, I also feel comfortable using the Design Sprint
process. The main purpose of running a Design Sprint is to validate idea/feature within a week before it is implemented. Design Sprint helps to validate product decision in the early stage before it fails. I like Design Sprint so much that I have written an article
on it in Medium.
I think every UX designer should know about the Double Dimond framework. Because Double Diamond model is a framework that can be used in a variety of industries and just about anywhere. It’s more than a simple tool for any designers, because it can be applied to any problem that calls for a solution. Double Diamond is a more traditional UX process, which breaks down UX design into two main phases (or “diamonds”): research and design. I love this framework. If you see my logo on top, it is also represents double diamonds :-)