Design Thinking is a methodology used to creatively solve complex problems to find desirable solutions. It revolves around a deep interest in developing an understanding of the people for who you are designing the products or services, helping to observe and develop empathy with the target user.
Why Design Thinking?
It enables teams to match people’s needs with what is technologically feasible and business viable to create new products, services, experiences and processes. The five phases of Design Thinking include:
- Empathise – with your users
- Define – your users’ needs, their problem, and your insights
- Ideate – by challenging assumptions and creating ideas for innovative solutions
- Prototype – to start creating solutions
- Test – solutions
Sample elements of Design Thinking training may include:
- Developing your thinking
- User research
- Creative Ideation
- Rapid prototyping
- Working with Designers
- Change Management
We can source and develop customisable learning programmes in this subject area for individuals, smaller teams or full company roll-outs.
Various delivery formats are available including virtual, face to face and in-house training across multiple dates and locations.
Contact us to find out more about Design Thinking training.