Design thinking is a non-linear, iterative process that teams use to understand users, challenge assumptions, redefine problems and create innovative solutions to prototype and test.
In today’s business world, it’s crucial to develop and refine skills to understand and address rapid changes in customers’ environments and behaviors.
Organizations from a wide range of industries find design thinking a valuable means to problem-solve for customers of their products/services.
Design thinking tackle ill-defined/unknown problems (aka wicked problems) reframing these in human-centric ways and focus on what’s most important for customers.
Of all design processes, design thinking is almost certainly the best for “thinking outside the box”.
Design thinking is a world-improving, driving force in business (global heavyweights such as Google, Apple and Airbnb have wielded it to notable effect).
With design thinking, teams have the freedom to generate ground-breaking solutions. Using it, your team can get behind hard-to-access insights and apply a collection of hands-on methods to help find innovative answers.