Stanford Design Initiative hosted one of its featured event: Design Thinking Workshop on Feb.12th at the d.school Atrium.
Design Thinking is a creative process formalized by the d.school and used to wicked solve problems by innovative companies and experts all around the world. The workshop aims to give people a hands-on experience with design thinking.
The workshop started with a game “roshambo tournament” to get people energetic and eager to jump into intensive brainstorming. Then Angad Singh, the workshop host, conducted the 2-hour long workshop by letting people go through drawing, interivew partner, reframe problem, ideate, iterate, build and test, a process of design thinking around the problem of “re-design the wallet”. People built various interesting wallet prototypes within 2 hours. The workshop ended by reflecting the design thinking process in groups.
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