When designing products, systems, services, or environments, we should look to some form of evidence to guide developing a more successful solution along with supporting the right problem to solve in the first place. The term ‘evidence-based design’ has evolved from traditional design disciplines but should drive any design and planning process. But what kind of evidence can we collate and use to support in the design process? And what are the most effective ways to communicate evidence to key stakeholders that ultimately make decisions on what is to be developed? Kate takes us through the essence of the latest design jargon to unpack what it really means and why evidence is critically important for human-centred design.
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