• And so rather than sitting and pondering forever whether a visual is an art work or a scientific image, it's more productive to say a multitude of images exist in the world—and to ask what they do. Where do they live? What kinds of inquiries do they prompt? What do they be of the viewer?
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Design Thinking

  • September 11, 2013
  • By a2ru      
This introductory course in design thinking outlines strategies and methodologies drawn from a wide range of creative design practices.


 

Open to all undergraduate students at Washington University in St. Louis, this introductory course to design thinking outlines strategies and methodologies drawn from a wide range of creative design practices including architecture, landscape architecture, urban design, industrial design, and others. Students explore how these ideas and techniques are similar to practices in science, engineering, business and the liberal arts, and how they might be applicable to multidisciplinary problem solving.

Design Thinking Syllabus