Activity 4.3 A
The exercises in this activity will help you develop your ideas into working models and protocols that can be used to evaluate the feasibility of your ideas.
In order to create change an idea must gradually grow and take shape in the real world. Concept development is about cultivating ideas so that they gain more depth, nuance and detail, and recording them in a way that is easily shared with others.
In this activity we provide a number of tools and methods for concept development which can be used in combination. Some of these are focused on creating visual representations of your ideas, while others are focused on capturing your ideas in writing.
Building on the most promising outputs from your Ideation activities, use these tools and methods to develop a number of different concepts. If you are looking to design a solution based on research, this is also the point at which you need to start translating that knowledge into a tangible idea.