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As a UX designer, I’m used to reading articles about Cognitive Bias. If you are not familiar with the term, the Interaction Design Foundation has a very good definition “Cognitive bias is an umbrella term that refers to the systematic ways in which the context and framing of information influence…

How I explain a Design Thinking project for a non-designer (3/3)

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This is the third article from a series of three. My intention is to help newbies /non-designers to see clearly when they might want to use a tool or a method in a Design Thinking (DT) project timeline. In this article I focus on the second part of a project…

How I explain a Design Thinking project for a non-designer (2/3)

credit: photo by kelly sikkema

This is the second article from a series of three. My intention is to help newbies/non-designers to see clearly when they might want to use a tool or a method in a Design Thinking (DT) project timeline. In this article I focus on the first part of a project, with…

How I explain a Design Thinking project for a non-designer (1/3)

credit: photo by kelly sikkema

Design Thinking is a buzzword. If you google it, you will find different ways to describe it. Probably, it will make you feel more confused about it. But relax, almost every piece of information is correct even if they are quite different from one another. Design Thinking (DT) is not…

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