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Design Thinking Vocab.
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Design Thinking
A process for developing solutions to simple and complex problems.
Deep Dive
A process used to go deep into a topic or problem to discover and design solutions to complex problems.
Inspiration
Your why; source of interest, idea, question.
Empathy
Learn and understand; to be in their shoes.
Define
Identifying the issue/problem and solution based on needs and insight.
Ideate
Brainstorm and come up with creative ideas/solutions.
Prototype
A representation of one or more of your ideas; draft or iteration.
Test
Test your idea/solution for feedback; find out what worked and what didn't, then go back to make changes (if necessary).
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