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Procter and Gamble has developed a new sustainable technology. Our group's challenge was to use human centered product design skills to integrate this technology into busy women's every day lives.
Through design research and iterative testing, we were able to deliver a consumer product design that brings delight, sophistication, and relaxation back into every day routines while minimizing waste.
1. To begin to understand our target user, we conducted in home consumer visits with 8 women
Developed initial journey map to begin to visualize key tension points
Identified 6 main user tensions that our team sought out to address
2. To begin to explore and narrow in on potential solutions, we tested 34 prototypes with 13 women across 2 visits
Narrowed in on solution possibilities that users would desire
Identified positive and negative aspects of design ideas and iterated to test again
Further identified user motivations, desires, and perspectives to aid in identifying the best final solution
3. Developed a final solution that meets consumer tensions, brings consumer delight, evokes a feeling of sophistication and relaxation, and minimizes overall waste
Consumer Journey Map, highlighting pain points and touch points where our product can have impact.
A sample of select prototypes tested to help define our final solution
Meets Consumer Tensions
Promotes Relaxation & Sophistication
Meets Manufacturing Requirements