Design Thinking…in practice!?
Please identify and outline 👍👍two potential benefits 👍👍of using a design thinking approach in your projects. 💕
You are encouraged to use concrete examples from your own working and academic life to highlight how design thinking could improve your current or future projects,
or how it could have been used to improve projects you have been involved with in the past.
7 points towards your certificate
💡Building trust with the customer
💡the way in which knowledge acquired at the later stages can feedback to earlier stages.
💡It’s extremely useful in tackling complex problems that are ill-defined or unknown, by understanding the human needs involved, by re-framing the problem in human-centric ways, by creating many ideas in brainstorming sessions, and by adopting a hands-on approach in prototyping and testing.
One of the benefits of the design thinking process is that the knowledge acquired at the later stages can feedback to earlier stages because the iterate process is important.
Another benefit of the design thinking is that it's useful in tackling complex problems by understanding the human needs and re-framing the problem and so on.
In my project of teaching business in Japanese language to a Chinese student, I observed that he has mentioned several times that he's using easy expressions because of being afraid of using the wrong expressions.
We are studying the example sentences in the textbook but I also started asking him to make his own sentences according to his own context in the company. Now he is getting accustomed to using the complicated expressions in his own way.
I'll also keep on confirming if he is using the new vocabulary that we practice in the classes in his daily work.
…Hmmmm difficult to answer!?!?
I need example answers....
◆How might we… encourage teenage girls to perform an action that benefits them and also involves your company’s food-product or service?”
（User or society centered n also good in terms of business profit as a result)