What is Design thinking?
Design thinking refers to the set of cognitive, strategic
and practical processes used by designers and to the body of knowledge
that has been developed about how people reason when engaging
with design problems.
It is elsewhere described as ‘designerly ways of knowing, thinking, acting
and as ‘designerly thinking’
It has roots in the study of design cognition and design methods.
Design thinking is associated with tools, terms, and methods
that were developed by studying the practices and habits of design professionals.
It has been used across many different domains by both
professional designers and laypeople.
The term design thinking has been used to refer to a specific cognitive style
(thinking like a designer), a general theory of design
(a way of understanding how designers work),
and a set of pedagogical resources (through which organizations or
inexperienced designers can learn to approach complex problems in a designerly way).
Design thinking is also associated with prescriptions for the innovation
of products and services within business and social contexts.
Problems solving, come up with new business ideas
Create a new department instead of dismissal by DX
New collaboration with different industries.
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