Home » Innovation Through Design: Think, Make, Break, Repeat » Personas are created from: (Select all that apply) Personas are created from: (Select all that apply) 5. Question 5 Personas are created from: (Select all that apply) 1 point data collected from real people fictional information data from questionnaires, interviews and focus groups people’s problems, needs and motivations related to the product or service being designed Other Questions Of This Category True or false? Personas are created from fictional information to represent typical users, customers or other stakeholders?What techniques assist in the design making process?Why are personas used during the design thinking process?Data collected during the design thinking phase can be turned into:Collected data on users is typically turned into design concepts during which phase of the design process?Why is customer-focused research important for innovation?Which statement best describes a human-centred design approach?What is a prototype?What are the three approaches to the breaking part of the design process?Which of the following answers are true? (Select all that apply) Understanding your user or customer can be done through:What is design thinking? (Select all that apply)How does Norman believe user errors and mistakes can be eliminated through the evaluation phase of the design process? (Select all that apply) Norman, D. (2018, January 16). What went wrong in Hawaii,…True or false? Prototypes are complete, finished versions of the final product.According to Donald Norman, what is the difference between “affordance" and "perceived affordances”? Norman, D. A. (1999). Affordance, conventions, and design. Interactions, 6(3), 38-43. Retrieved…True or false? Customer-focused research can help uncover customer needs that have previously been overlooked.