Keypoints– Learn about project requirements from stakeholders.
– Know the users.
– Find any type of insights.
In the field of design thinking, there are a lot of different frameworks that help us to have different perceptions of the design thinking process.
Initially, design thinking means many things to many people. It’s also a methodology that provides a solution, which is based on solving problems. This happens not only in its definition but also in its practical implementation. A wide variety of frameworks and visualizations of design thinking exist in the world today. Each framework typically contains a range of three and seven stages.
Some of these common frameworks are the 5 stages of the design thinking process (d.scholl), the early traditional design process – by Herbert Simon. Some others are the Head, Head and Hand (AIGA), the DeepDive Methodology (IDEO), the 3-stage design thinking process, and so on.
My favorite framework is the 5 stages of the design thinking process. It allows me to steeped in a deep belief that the end-user should be at the heart of all decision making.
The most significant for me is to have people love the thing I make. The reason I do what I do is that I love to watch people love the thing that I’m making.Vasilis Baimas