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June 8, 2020

What is Design Thinking?

Design Thinking is a methodology that has become increasingly widespread in many companies to create products and services ensuring that users will be an active part of the creation process. This technique can be used both when launching a project and to improve an existing one. It is a way of solving problems through the creativity of the entire team involved.

Where does Design Thinking come from?

Design thinking is a human-centered approach to innovation that draws from the designer’s toolkit to integrate the needs of people, the possibilities of technology, and the requirements for business success. – Tim Brown, Executive Chair of IDEO

Design Thinking Principles

Design Thinking is a method that allows us to generate innovative ideas whose objective is to understand and provide solutions to the real needs of users.Click To Tweet

Design Thinking stages

Discover

Define

Develop

  • Concept Sketch. They are a set of drawings that show an idea. It is easier to express something with drawings than with words, you have to lose the fear of blank paper and start drawing, no matter how you do it, the important thing is to express ideas about the prototype.

  • Wireframes. They are low fidelity designs that allow us to get an idea of the functionalities and structure of the project without spending time developing the visual layer.

Deliver

Conclusion

Author
Diana López
UX Designer

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