Design Thinking and Digital Innovation Assessment Submission Form Student Name: Student ID: Date Submitted: Word Count: 1380 Analytical Essay Empathy and Definition in the Creation of TippyTalk Currently society faces numerous medical conditions that affect the quality of life of those affected by the said ailments. From an ethical standpoint it is essential that those individuals suffering from such diseases should receive the right care or assistance. Advancements in almost every aspect of human life including technology and medicine have made it possible to intervene in such cases. Autism meets the criteria for the ailments that affect the quality of life as mentioned above. According to Lord Cook Leventhal and Amaral (2013) the disease manifests from early childhood and it affects human beings of all age groups and racial or cultural affiliation. Since it comprises of a broad spectrum of conditions sometimes it becomes challenging to identify it until is autism. The process of creation exhibits eight distinct steps in design thinking which resulted in a popular application that serves the needs of the Sadie and individuals with similar needs. The process involves discovery reframing opportunity incubation ideation evaluation of the idea rapid prototype testing delivering the product and finally iteration or scaling (Brown and Wyatt 2010). In hindsight the application identified a gap in service provision for autistic individuals and catered to it despite focusing on the needs of a single person. Nonetheless the generic nature of the application set in motion numerous reaction processes as individuals sought to improve upon the idea to cater to the needs of autistic individuals. Reference List Brown T. and Wyatt J. 2010. Design thinking for social innovation. Development Outreach 12(1) pp.29-43. Lord C. Cook E.H. Leventhal B.L. and Amaral D.G. 2013. Autism spectrum disorders. Autism: The Science of Mental Health 28(2) p.217. [...]
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