Strengths And Weaknesses Of Design Thinking

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DESIGN THINKING RESEARCH
ABSTRACTS
Researching about Design Thinking and the vital role reinterpretation plays in the design. The different strategies individuals design think before creating the outcome. It isn’t clear, which method is superlative. Through research finding out that the way people design products is through sketching, through inspirations from blogs, group work and other methods. Also, through further researching and by realising by the fact that this depends on the individuals’ strengths.
KEYWORDS
Reinterpretation, Appropriate, Principles, Applicable, Design Process, Conquered and Wicked Problems
INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND CONTEXT
Design thinking and the different ways individuals design think and the process of the development.
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This can be done through sketching, blogging, searching for the encouragement on pin interest as well as, visiting various places, to get more of a broader understanding. From the lecturer Ben, as a group we were set a task to create a storyboard. Each peer decided to select the task, which was our weakest option. The purpose of this is so we could progress on these approaches. This strategy has allowed us to understand that this depends on the individual, whether they want to develop their skills on these tactics or they want to use something, which would help them to produce an outcome, which is…show more content…
This is to ensure the result of accurate information using speech marks on the word “Design Thinking” before entering it on the search engines. The purpose of this is to ensure results of appropriate information. The books selected were Design Studies by Catherine Stones published in 2010, The Principles & Purpose Of Interactive Design published by Jamie Steane in 2014, as well as, the book Wicked Problems in Design Thinking by Richard Buchanan, early 1992. The reason for selecting these books is because their informative nature and different range of published dates, mean with more information. However, the book 100 ideas that changed graphic design by Steven Heller and Veronique Vienne in 2012, wasn’t reviewed as it wasn’t linked to Design Thinking and it was irrelevant. Moreover, Tim Brown discussed Harvard Business Review in 2008 about Design Thinking, as well as, Jon Kolko wrote an article about 20 Design Thinking Comes Of Age and Phil Brown recently discussed Why Design Thinking Conquered The World, research as well as, Steve Lennon discussed about Design Thinking. The text, which is less relevant, is the Wicked Problems In Design Thinking as it is quite an outdated text book. Overall, all these books and sources give applicable

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