NAF-technique

14 10 2010

The NAF-technique is a technique you can use at the end of your session to choose the best idea. NAF stands for New, Attractive and Feasible. With the NAF-technique you will categorize your ideas in three categories, being new, attractive and feasible. When choosing your final idea, its best if an idea is new, attractive and feasible. With the NAF-technique you can check if you have ideas like that.

Example
Problem/challenge: Coming up with ideas for a new shampoo
Idea: Shampoo with a new smell/colour, creating a shampoo with a new smell/colour is new, attractive and feasible.

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