The study task asked us to create a rough infographic diagram which illustrated our 'design process' as a group of students. We broke our second sheet down into five key areas, and below the key areas there are several components that make up the entire design process. So we had, BRIEF> RESEARCH> INITIAL IDEA/CONCEPT GENERATION> DEVELOPMENT> PRODUCTION. We all identified the need to constantly be critical in our evaluation of the work we are doing and to always ask yourself exactly why it is you are doing the thing you are doing throughout the development of the project. We thought that a few nice illustrations would support our list like structure well. Personally I think we should have designed our process more like a flowchart or something along those lines, however I and the group all agreed that lists are more easy to follow and interpret.
This group shared similar processes to mine, and their main emphasis was on asking WHY all of the time, which I thought was really good. Always going back to WHY greatly improves and informs the design process in my opinion.
Further examples of design process info-graphics found on various design blogs: