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The Efficiency of Design Thinking

Design Thinking is not just a design thing, it solves real problems!


Design Thinking refers to the cognitive, strategic and practical processes we develop in response to a specific problem, such as the need for a new product or service or the needs of an organization.


This methodology is distinguished by its focus on problem solving and finding workable solutions, It helps you define your problem, question your assumptions and redesign the problem in such a way that you find a solution that might solve your problems. It significantly reduces the time required for design and development of whatever is the solution, especially in combination with lean and agile methods.


In  essence,  the  Design  Thinking  process  is  iterative, flexible and focused on collaboration between designers  and users, with an emphasis on bringing ideas to life based on how real users think, feel and behave.


Design thinking tackles complex problem by:


Discovering: Understanding the human needs involved.

Defining: Re-framing and defining the problem in human-centric ways.

Ideating: Creating many ideas in brainstorm sessions in order to solve the problem creating a solution.

Prototyping: Adopting a hands-on approach in prototyping.

Testing: Developing a prototype/solution to the problem.


Learn more details about the process with this special content we created for you.


Usually companies that invest in Design Thinking need constant creativity and problem solving. Therefore, it has been proven that creative, collaborative problem solving helps companies of all sizes to improve processes, products and services.

Whether you are establishing a design thinking culture in a company - on a large scale - or simply trying to improve your approach to user-centric design, it can help you focus on your users and ultimately design products that solve real user problems. And it's not just a matter for technology companies; any company that has customers and users can benefit from using the design thinking process to address the business challenges.

it is one of the most powerful design development tools you will get your hands on. And the best part of it, the process can be scaled up and down meaning that it will not just help you to find a solution but to keep constantly improving based on customer feedback and new problems found during the process.

You can start implementing Design Thinking in you business from now on, and the more you practice, more results it will bring. Learn the process in this article we have prepared for you.


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