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Complete Guide To Design Thinking

Complete Guide To Design Thinking

Genre: eLearning | MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 12.8 GB | Duration: 16h 55m

Design Thinking - Empathy, Define, Ideation, Prototyping & Testing. PLUS Mindsets, Principles, Process, Implementation

What you'll learn
Demonstrate Stakeholder Analysis: Recognition, Maintenance, Steps, Management & Usage
Learn how to do a SWOT Analysis (2x2 Frameworks): Strengths, Weaknesses, Threats, Opportunities
Understand the Design Thinking Preliminaries such as Recap, Team Factor, Funding & Time Constraints
Learn the Kinds of Problems to solve with Design Thinking
Learn User Journey Maps: Activities, Pain Points, Basic Template, Touchpoints
Case Studies: Kelloggs, Incubators and Mobisol
Define what is Design Thinking: Mindset, Creative Confidence, Human Centred & Features
identify the different Design Challenges and Considerations
Lay down the Principles and Stages of the Design Thinking Process
Discuss "Empathy" as a Design Thinking Stage
Discuss "Define" as a Design Thinking Stage
Demonstrate Customer Journey Mapping Using FASGO to identify Feelings, Touchpoints
Introduce the Ishikawa Fishbone Diagram: Root Cause Analysis and Key Concepts
Learn the Why Approach to Root Cause Analysis
How to do analysis and synthesis in Design Thinking
Learn Points of View & The "How Might We" Method for Discovering Pain Points
Discuss "Ideation" as a Design Thinking Stage
Learn "Brainwriting" with Examples & Types of Brainstorming
Understand the Power of Mind maps to Generate Creative Thinking: Learn How & Why
Define Sketch storms: What are they and why do we use them?
Learn SCAMPER: Substitute, Combine, Adapt, Modify, Put to Use, Eliminate, Reverse
Learn how to select solutions in Design Thinking
Define TRIZ and Learn the Theory of Inventive Problem Solving
Discuss "Prototyping" as a Design Thinking Stage
Discuss "Testing" as a Design Thinking Stage
Learn the Business Model Canvas and How to use it to Design & Develop Solutions
Learn How Desirability, Feasibility and Viability Achieves Innovation Sweet Spot
How to do a Successful Implementation Following Design Thinking

There are no pre-requisites or requirements for this course

+ Get instant access to an 86-page Design Thinking workbook

+ 17 hours of clear and concise step by step instructions, lessons and engagement

+ Introduce yourself to our community of students in this course

+ Encouragement and celebration of your progress throughout the course

This course is designed for anyone who is interested in learning more about design thinking. The course will help you explore its concepts, techniques, processes to solve problems and use the Design thinking tools to drive innovations in your organization to channelize critical factors of success and failures.


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