Foundations of Design Thinking
Revolutionize your ideas and personality with Design Thinking!
(40% off) ₹1,400
To be scheduled based on demand. Sign up here if you are interested in this course.
Schedule: 1 hour per day for 5 days
4 Topics | 15 hours
Medium : English and Malayalam
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What you'll learn
Learn about human-centred solutions.
Design Thinking: Phases and Processes!
Techniques to conduct insightful customer interviews
Tricks to transform feedback into innovative ideas.
Explore the convergent and divergent ways of thinking!
Benefits of team ideation
Prioritising ideas and feedback
Who can learn
Higher secondary school students and above (15+)
Industry relevance and need
Design thinking is defined as the cognitive, strategic, and practical processes by which design concepts are developed. Every industry requires unique ideas and design concepts to create products as well as creative marketing strategies for their success.
Various companies and industries including Fortune 500 firms such as Apple, Microsoft, IBM, IKEA, AirBnB, Starbucks, etc., apply design thinking to create and provide user-friendly products and services.
Design thinking mainly:
Focuses on the consumer needs,
Improves innovation capabilities,
And supports agility.
Skills to be acquired
Foundational design thinking
Master the secret behind brainstorming
Analytical and problem-solving skills
Ability to create innovative human-centred solutions
Ability to conduct interviews
Coloured pens, paper, scissors, and glue.
Course Delivered by
Design thinker & Product Manager
Keerthi Varier is a senior product manager at EY, for ideas that are in the early stages of the innovation life cycle. Depending on the stage at which the team is (“just an idea”, “prototype ready to demo”, “bootstrapped” etc.), she helps them attain innovative breakthroughs via Design Thinking workshops, Rapid Prototyping sessions etc. She draws on her engineering foundation, business studies, and design thinking learnings (IDEO) to bring in a human-centred approach to problem-solving.
Human Centred Solutions
Design Thinking - Phases, Process
Convergent and Divergent Ways of Thinking, Group Ideation