As we begin the new year, full of new ideas and ways in which Design Thinking will be used to innovate and transform, it also gives us a chance to look back and reflect. We have collated a list of our top Design Thinking blogs from last year.
Transforming sales with Design Thinking
by Charles Orton-Jones
First up on our Design Thinking blogs list, involves co-founder David Kester being interviewed by Charles Orton-Jones for Raconteur’s Sales Performance Report in the Times. Here they look at Design Thinking itself and how it is beginning to innovate the world of sales.
Top Design Thinking Events in 2020
by Mel Taylor
As interest in Design Thinking grows, so does the number of Design Thinking events. We’ve pulled together our pick of design and innovation conferences of 2020 from across the globe.
The Election of Design Thinking
by Ben Crisp
What does Design Thinking have to do with a General Election?
More than you might expect.
This article examines the 2019 election result through a Design Thinkers lens, with a particular focus on the impact of empathy (or lack thereof) for the electorate.
7 ways Design Thinking can transform your career & business
Dayle Thorpe-Clarke, the Data & Marketing Analyst at Design Thinkers Academy London, recently attended our Design Thinking Fundamentals course as a participant. Here Dayle explores 7 ways that Design Thinking can impact the working world.
Podcast #001 – an interview with Learning Designer, Goldie Chaudhuri
by Ben Crisp
In our first ever podcast, we talk to Goldie Chaudhuri, about her experience as our Learning Designer, as well as on wider themes around design and its role in society today. You can access the full conversation via Podcast (Spotify / Apple Podcasts / Soundcloud). Also enjoy a written summary of the conversation.
Designing to disrupt Alexa
Last year Erlend Prendergast worked as an intern for the Design Thinkers Academy London. After finishing his internship, Erlend went back to the University of Glasgow for his final year. He began working on a project looking into data privacy and digital surveillance. Here Erlend writes about the project and how it works to disrupt Amazon’s virtual assistant – Alexa.
Design Thinking innovating in the NHS
Kate Pound, a former delegate on our Design Thinkers Bootcamp course, talks to us about what she took from the course and how it is being used in the NHS. She highlights how embracing empathy for both staff and patients is fuelling a collaborative approach to problem solving.
These were our favourites from 2019. We hope you enjoy and look forward to sharing more with you throughout 2020.
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