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Innovation Through Design: Think, Make, Break, Repeat, The University of Sydney

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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....

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創建者 GE

Dec 10, 2018

It's a good introduction to design thinking and methods. Thanks to Cara and Martin. I'd definitely revisit the course when I need a refresh or reference.

創建者 HU

Nov 22, 2018

Love the course and the format. The structure and flexibility works for me.

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6 個審閱

創建者 Gabriel Eze

Dec 10, 2018

It's a good introduction to design thinking and methods. Thanks to Cara and Martin. I'd definitely revisit the course when I need a refresh or reference.

創建者 Hormuzd Umrigar

Nov 22, 2018

Love the course and the format. The structure and flexibility works for me.

創建者 akhtar abbas abidi

Nov 10, 2018

Good Course for Understanding and application of Design Thinking.

創建者 Ejegi Valerie

Oct 08, 2018

I am not a 'designer' in the sense of the word, but the design principles and techniques I have been exposed to in this course have altered the way I now interact with products, systems and processes. I am hopeful this new found knowledge will help me become a better contributor or developer of new initiatives/products at work and in my personal projects.

創建者 Jennifer Blatz

Aug 31, 2018

Good beginner course. But if you have the basics of design thinking, this might be too simple for you.

創建者 Bella Nie

Jul 11, 2018

thank you