Design Thinking is a pragmatic and concrete approach that allows us to develop solutions based on the real needs of our clients. The methodology consists of three key steps: inspiration to identify the real needs of users, ideation to gather ideas in order to define the axes of innovation, and finally implementation.
The iterative approach of prototypes-tests-improvements ensures projects evolve progressively, until they lead to truly effective solutions developed on the basis of concrete experiences. It is a practice that develops an agile mindset. Contributors are less afraid of failure and take more risks to test innovative solutions.
I Become familiar with the Design Thinking mindset.
I Experiment and appropriate the methodology through practice.
I Test solutions or products.
I Explore the needs of users.
I Design Thinking methodology: inspiration, ideation, implementation.
I The 3 essential criteria: desirable, feasible, and viable.
I Prototype, test, improve.
I Act instead of think.
I Learn from your failures.