Scan the surroundings.
DISCOVER AND DEFINE THE RIGHT PROBLEM.
Organize and segment items in order of relative importance, establishing priorities.
In human-centered design, “What’s on your radar?” refers to a question posed during discussions or design workshops to prompt participants to share the specific issues, challenges, or opportunities they have identified as noteworthy within the context of the design project. It encourages individuals to openly communicate their observations, insights, or concerns related to user needs, experiences, or design concepts. This question helps create a platform for collaborative and user-focused conversations, enabling design teams to collectively prioritize areas of focus, generate creative solutions, and align their efforts with the most relevant and impactful aspects that emerge from user research and empathy-building activities.
Level of Difficulty
Pens, paper, Post-its
Reveal what people are thinking
Segment large datasets
Prioritize and decide what to do next