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The evolution of design has seen it become a discipline no longer limited to the concerns of a singular, specific domain and develop to become a pathway for solving complex, nonlinear problems. Design is becoming a capability-enhancing skill, equipping people with the ability to deal with uncertainty, complexity and failure. In this course, we demonstrate how you can use design as a way of thinking to provide strategic and innovative advantage within your profession. Suitable for anyone who is curious about design and translating the processes and tools of design thinking into innovative opportunities, over 5 weeks we explore, apply and practice the design process: think, make, break and repeat. Through introducing theoretical concepts and examining industry case studies with leading Australian design firms, we investigate design as learning about the context (the thinking part), building prototypes as tangible representations (the making part) and testing potential solutions (the breaking part). We build on this by showing the productive value of moving through the process quickly and often (the repeating part), to improve ideas and develop new insights. Throughout the course, you will follow us through three of Australia’s most exciting design offices and learn from practicing designers and leaders in design. This insight into industry will enable you to develop a comprehensive understanding of design and the role it can and does play within the innovation landscape. You will leave this course with a set of practical tools and techniques to apply to situations within your own professional context, to translate problems into opportunities and solutions, and ultimately to innovate through design....

人気のレビュー

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2020年2月14日

a light introduction to design thinking. not too taxing. easy to understand concepts with some practical applications tested. good stepping stone to more rigorous and testing design thinking courses

LL

2020年11月7日

Great overview of the design innovation process! The content is up-to-date and the professors really go above and beyond to make the course feel like a regular university course as much as possible.

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by Daniela M M

2020年5月16日

I like it a lot the teachers were really good.

by Nnoli O

2021年7月5日

Very Effective and well planned out course !!

by Wanlipa T

2021年2月2日

Clear! and also have real cases in the video.

by Delia A

2020年10月19日

Great introductor course for Deisgn Thinking.

by Parasha T

2020年6月21日

It was amazing.. Got so many things to learn.

by Simon C

2022年8月4日

Great beginners insight into design thinking

by Amrit N

2021年8月15日

Thank you THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY AND TEAM.

by Alvin B

2021年1月24日

This course is very useful and informative..

by Zoe c

2019年3月7日

Well paced, clear instructional and concise.

by Sazzad H

2022年5月21日

This is an amazing course and very helpful.

by Aswathy.s

2020年10月15日

Good excelent it's help ful to my feature

by Andress H

2022年2月28日

Interesting course . Very good professors.

by Hossein N

2021年8月26日

Recommended for any Engineer and Designer.

by Aashay J

2021年7月2日

Worth taking! Thanx and love from India...

by Kamila G

2022年6月8日

Excellent. Informative and well prepared.

by PRANAV S S G

2022年5月11日

​I found this course useful to my carrier

by MOHAMMAD S U T

2022年5月14日

Powerful insights for design solutions

by PRANAV D S

2020年7月21日

Very nicely taught by both instructors.

by Khomkhate P

2021年9月16日

Thank you very much for new knowledge.

by Monika D

2021年2月1日

Condensed and very informative course!

by Pavan V R

2020年7月22日

i liked the course very much thank you

by Susana R e S

2021年6月23日

Simple and objective course contents.

by Gopal M

2020年11月29日

Very good course. Highly recommended.

by Rizka M

2020年11月24日

A very good course. Thank you so much

by Mariia A G

2022年6月4日

Prototyping is great for face masks.