Today’s designers think small – that is, they focus on ergonomics and aesthetics. Tim Brown, CEO of IDEO, suggests that designers begin to think big. He recommends a new kind of “design thinking”; a holistic, integrated approach that addresses systems rather than parts. In this way, designers will find solutions to contemporary environmental, economic and social problems. If the idea of brushing widgets off the design table and replacing them with global challenges fascinates you, getAbstract recommends you watch Brown’s redesigned view of design.
In this summary, you will learn
- Why a shift in the current approach to design is necessary,
- How “design thinking” differs from today’s common design method, and
- What benefits design thinking brings.
About the Speaker
Tim Brown is the CEO of design firm IDEO and author of Change by Design.
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4 years agoDesign thinking - interesting approach!
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