Use this framework to collaborate on how an idea will work as a system
Use this template from the LUMA System™ to collaborate on how an idea will work as a functional system. Schematic diagramming can be used in nearly any project, to guide your team in thinking holistically about an idea to ensure that it's structurally sound.
A schematic diagram shows the underlying architecture of your concept. Schematic diagrams should be skeletal representations with minimal use of color, since the goal is to understand the infrastructure and not to design the look and feel of your concept at this stage.
Running a collaborative schematic diagramming session helps you build consensus around structure, identify and address functional details, and establish a baseline for future designs.
To use the Mural schematic diagramming template, follow the below steps with your team.
The first stage is to make sure that you provide an overview of the initial concept that will form the basis of the workflow. The purpose of the exercise is to allow your team to think holistically about this central topic.
Once you’ve defined your central topic, it’s time to brainstorm and discover what the various steps and decisions would be to bring your idea to fruition.
Once you’ve brainstormed and gathered as much feedback for steps and stages, it’s time to identify any themes or groups that may need further analysis or editing to avoid duplication and settle on an efficient and streamlined flow.
To run a successful and engaging schematic diagramming template workshop, you should: