Complete a summative blog, and host this on a webpage. Your blog 1500 should also

contain images (graphics, photographs drawings), video, audio and any other

material you feel will enhance your submission. It can be structured either

thematically or weekly, or a combination of both, according to your preference.


Students will write a summative reflection on their learning journey throughout the

course. The reflection will be presented as a series of entries in an online blog,

created by the student on any free web hosting platform, for example,

Wix Content can be visual, written audio, video, photographic,

performative, or utilise any other creative medium you feel will represent your

learning journey in Design Thinking. You will need to show an understanding of key

theory and practice taught, including the ability to interpret established Design

Thinking theories, concepts and processes, as well as analyse new directions in the

field. Reference will be made to the group project, and it is recommended that

students write about their experience from an individual perspective.

DESN2002 Design Thinking Blog Rubric

Students will be expected to reflect upon their progress and development throughout

the Semester, supported by scholarly references, in a well written analysis that

shows an ability to apply key Design Thinking processes. Links and embedded

content are encouraged, for example documentation sources such as video,

podcasts, images. Make your work interesting to the observer, and think of this blog

as the start of your ‘self-branding’ as a professional creative practitioner.

25% PROCESS + DEVELOPMENT: Write an account of the process and development of your product/systems/service design. What impact has/will/might it make? How did this address you wicked problem in relation to the United Nations Goals? ( I have attached our personation 1 and 2 )

25% PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY: In this section we would like to know your individual role within the group. What did you contribute to the group project? If it was a user journey, for example, put in an image to show. What gaps did you fill in the team that would have otherwise been neglected? ( I was doing empathy map, user journey, persona)

25% NON-WRITTEN COMMUNICATION: Use images to enhance this blog and tell the story of your journey in Design Thinking. As the saying goes, a picture is worth 1000 words. ( please you have to do real user journey from mior web )

25% PROBLEM SOLVING: This course challenged students to come up with ways of alleviating some of the most wicked problems on the planet, as outlined in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Outline the particular problems you faced. These might be challenges relating to the concept, prototype or promotion, as well as related to acquiring new knowledge form a personal perspective. What did you find easy or difficult?

How many readings?

For Pass you must include references to at least 5 readings from our Course

Reading selection. For Distinction and HD you must include 10 +. Academic

referencing style (APA) will be followed when referencing your readin