A workshop-style technique providing sequential rounds of collaboration and cross-pollination of design ideas
• Designers and non-designers—including project stakeholders, engineers, and users—can participate.
• Participants rapidly generate ideas and rotate through small groups to bring forward the best ideas and move toward superior design concepts.
• This can be used to explore ideas for large-scale design challenges or generate possibilities regarding a very specific interface.
• A moderator should communicate that each round of designs builds off the preferred components identified in the prior cycle.
• The sessions should be low-tech, using basic tools, paper templates, pencils, erasers, and color markers.
• Clarity ...