Design Thinking is one of the more recent buzz words in the local startup community.
What is Design Thinking?
Attributes of Design Thinking
Characteristics of Design Thinkers
Methods and Process – Introduction
A Brief Look at the History of Design Thinking
Design Thinking and all user experience designers, product managers, developer, management levels.
Design Thinking – one process – many applications such as business, healthcare, education, information technology, solving community issue, engaging donors and volunteers, team building and culture…
Design thinking utilizes elements from the designer’s toolkit like empathy and experimentation to arrive at innovative solutions. By using design thinking, you make decisions based on what future customers really want instead of relying only on historical data or making risky bets based on instinct instead of evidence.– IDEO
“Design thinking is a human-centered approach to innovation that draws from the designer’s toolkit to integrate the needs of people, the possibilities of technology, and the requirements for business success.”– Tim Brown, CEO of IDEO
Not just a working method it is an attitude to life basically to solve complex problems.
About a process, methodology, more about a culture and living principles .
You learn that you don’t have to be creative in a traditional way to be an innovative person
Inventing the wheel without asking the customer who are the ones that work with the stuff
Found solutions for their daily problems in their daily wfork life
Design Thinking Process/Approach, 5 steps:
Empathy method to identify resources in
Design Thinking Persona
Design Thinking Approach
In Design Thinking Conference 2018 in Swissotel Sydney – Australia, learn how
“Open new paths to innovation by changing the way you think”– Roger Martin, The Design of Business, Why Design Thinking is the Next Competitive Advantage
Design Thinking in Leadership
Design Thinking in Business
Many companies iterate ideas and designs internally, but in design thinking methodologies the focus is “human-centered innovation”, so the product must be taken out of the hands of designers and stakeholders and put into the hands of the expected end-user. However, it is at this point that prototyping can become costly if testing isn’t implemented efficiently.