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Design Thinking Fundamentals

Course Code

IN1631

Duration

1 Day

None
This course is designed to teach design thinking to make participants more human-centered, innovative and successful. Participants will learn how to understand problems from a customer’s perspective, how to effectively brainstorm innovative ideas, and how to create prototypes to test new ideas before investing too much time or money.
This course is targeted to a range of professionals, including business leaders who want to better understand the designers at their company and generalists who want a new approach to strategic problem-solving.
Refer to course topics.

Introduction
Introduction
Course Materials
Facilities
Prerequisites
Overview of Topics

What is Design Thinking?
The Design Thinking Blueprint

  • Empathize
  • Define
  • Ideate
  • Prototype
  • Test

Empathize
The Importance of Empathy
Understanding Users

  • Market
  • Client
  • Technology
  • Perceived Constraints

The Value of User Research
Identifying Research Objectives
Creating an Interview Guide
Performing Interviews
Using Empathy and Journey Maps
Creating a Proto-Persona

Define
Defining the Problems
Categorizing the Problems
Estimating the Value of Solutions

Ideate
Setting the Tone
Tools for Great Brainstorms
Using Mind Maps

Prototype
Choosing an Idea to Prototype
Design Space Exploration
Prototyping Methods and Approaches
Building a Storyboard

Test


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