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    Design thinking—the idea of using design principles in a wide array of disciplines—has been a leading force shaping the way businesses operate and design processes. Inspired by the maker movement, design-doing is the idea of using those design principles in the creation of tangible systems, products or outcomes. In this QA Future State Chief Solutions Office Leila Lance shares how Future State uses design-doing to help clients move into new realms of innovation and success.

    How does design-doing differ from design thinking?

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    Leila Lance: Design thinking has been an amazing breakthrough. How we innovate and come up with the ideas for design is important, because so many things we’re designing for at Future State are rapidly changing and thus hard to envision.

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    But at the end of the day, we need to make something tangible out of those design ideas, and there’s an art to doing that. That’s what we call design-doing. When the concepts clients are trying to envision are completely out of the box, we can’t just borrow from past methodologies or read a white paper, because they’re new.

    What you’re doing by design doing is asking, “What am I trying to implement?” and paying attention to the construct and the context. It’s more complex—it’s not linear.

    When we creatively design, how it will be implemented is as much work as designing what to implement in the first place. We can borrow from the past, but it has to be implemented in a new way.

    Are there other influences that shaped the design-doing process?

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    The maker movement intentionally did what Future State accidentally did. We have employees with MBAs, and we have people who are artists and dancers. All of these people approach a problem in lots of different ways. We have a culture that holds up a lot of disciplines under the shared belief that we’re making the world different and better, and when we bring different ideas to the table—ours and our clients’—we can make something beautiful and functional that changes the way thing are done.

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    In the end, I feel disappointed in my meter, my test strips, and even my hand sanitizer. It’s all fallible and there’s not much I can do about it.

    On the flip side, I’m thankful I can at least get a numerical reading. It wasn’t too long ago that people with diabetes were peeing on strips, only to get a vague range of where their blood sugar might be.

    I think the lesson here is simply for us to be even more vigilant – more aware – of blood sugar variables. We already know that almost anything can affect our blood sugar levels. I guess a lot can affect the readings , too. Hand sanitizer isn’t the only suspect. There’s hand lotion. Nail polish remover. Crayon wax. The brand of your meter. Even the whim of your test strip.

    From now on, if I’m feeling low, but my meter says 85, maybe I’ll test another few times to find out for sure. And if I’m feeling high and my meter says 120, instead of thinking, Hey, I got away with that! , I’ll prick my finger once more.

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    Your meter and test strips are only required to have +/- 20% accuracy to be approved by the FDA. If you want more details about the potential variations in your readings, you might be interested in the Blood Glucose Monitoring information at Diabetes Self-Management? http://www.diabetesselfmanagement.com/articles/Blood-Glucose-Monitoring/ Here’s a quote from Wil Dubois’ article:As of this writing, the standards for FDA approval of a meter and strip system are plus or minus 20% accuracy, 95% of the time (compared with a lab blood glucose test). This means that if your blood glucose level is 100 mg/dl, a meter and strip that Read more »

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    Sue

    Your meter and test strips are only required to have +/- 20% accuracy to be approved by the FDA. If you want more details about the potential variations in your readings, you might be interested in the Blood Glucose Monitoring information at Diabetes Self-Management? http://www.diabetesselfmanagement.com/articles/Blood-Glucose-Monitoring/ Here’s a quote from Wil Dubois’ article:As of this writing, the standards for FDA approval of a meter and strip system are plus or minus 20% accuracy, 95% of the time (compared with a lab blood glucose test). This means that if your blood glucose level is 100 mg/dl, a meter and strip that Read more »

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    frank

    The readings “dropped a point,” and that is cause for such alarm and “WTF” exclamations ? Should be thanking the gods for such consistency of readings!

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    frank

    The readings “dropped a point,” and that is cause for such alarm and “WTF” exclamations ? Should be thanking the gods for such consistency of readings!

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    Scott

    Very good article. It was definitely practical, particularly for “numbers” people like me. Thanks for the info,

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    Scott

    Very good article. It was definitely practical, particularly for “numbers” people like me. Thanks for the info,

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    Tina

    Joanne, I’d gather that’s still within the range for the glucometer. If you are dropping about 60 points per hour, it would make sense. Additionally, it’s within the range of the machine to have it within a few points – totally normal.

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    Tina

    Joanne, I’d gather that’s still within the range for the glucometer. If you are dropping about 60 points per hour, it would make sense. Additionally, it’s within the range of the machine to have it within a few points – totally normal.

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    Joanne

    Thanks for this! I checked on it after I got a crazy high reading. Sure enough, I tested 3 more times within 3 minutes and the reading dropped by an entire point each time. WTF!?

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    Joanne

    Thanks for this! I checked on it after I got a crazy high reading. Sure enough, I tested 3 more times within 3 minutes and the reading dropped by an entire point each time. WTF!?

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