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Design Thinking: Past, Present and Possible Futures

How is the future of design evolving to cope with the evolution of “the best way to be creative and innovate”? Here’s how.

Historically the notion of “design” thinking was clearly articulated by those in the realm of envisioning and delivering with five clear discourses or ways to describe what designers do in practice. As the evolution of these models have changed, so to has the ecosystem and those that inhabit it. In Design Thinking: Past, Present and Possible Futures many specific and clear tools for evaluating the ecosystem of change: of innovation itself. A compass has been uncovered.

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