The guide to creating how might we statements for design thinking

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Step 1: Define the business or customer need

Step 2: Identify the problem you are solving

Step 3: Reframe your problem to a how might we statement

Step 4: Test your how might we statement

Test A: Can you think of more than one solution that answers your “how might we” question?

Test B: When you write ideas for your “how might we”, are those ideas things you can make or do?

Test C: Do your ideas feel like they over-simplify the problem?

Final note on testing

Step 5: Start generating solutions!

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