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Design thinking methods model adopted by Urban Discovery Schools

Design thinking methods model adopted by Urban Discovery Schools

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Design thinking (DT) is both a method and mindset applicable in a broad range of fields and industries. Some of the defining features of DT included focusing on need definition before problem solving, abdication of preconceived outcomes, being situated towards ambiguity, being human-centric, and having a reflexive process that seeks to increase con...

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