How to Implement Design Thinking at Duke
When we hear the word “design,” we often think about a product: the features of a technology, the look of a space, the integrity of a structure. But design also refers to a process that can be used by teams to solve deeply complex, real-world problems. This project offered students the opportunity to help ideate and build design experiences at Duke. Students gained content knowledge about design thinking and human-centered design, planned a one-day design learning summit, built educational resources for use at Duke and beyond and helped design Duke’s new Open Design+ program.
Poster by Maria Abinader, Priya Parkash, Karissa Tu, Tinpei Tung, Daisy Wang, Lydia Wang, Jodi Yeh, Jeel Ghughu, Matthew Lanza, Tarunam Mahajan and Page O'Leary
To interact with the poster, click on different labels and elements to learn more about our work. We hope you’ll enjoy the experience!
- Click on Open design logo at the top or Bass Connection logo at the bottom to navigate to respective websites and learn more about our work.
- Click on the icons (Bitmojis) on the right-hand side to (Team students, Team Faculty, and Team Open Design+) to learn about work of each team.
- Each page has four different phases- Understand, Create, Evaluate, and Communicate. Click on Learn More.
- Click on 'On To' or 'Back' buttons to go to next and previous pages.
- About Us arrow gives team members' bio
- Sticky notes at the bottom direct to a google form. Please feel free to share your feedback!