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Products of Design Thinking

  • January 6, 2014
  • By a2ru      
Students at Stanford’s d.school use design thinking to transform problems into products that offer solutions.


Students at The Institute of Design at Stanford test the boundaries of design thinking to solve real life problems. The New York Times showcased eight products created by students at The d.school that push the boundaries of specific industries by embracing interdisciplinarity in the problem solving process. Jane Chen’s TED talk on Embrace, a miniature pouch that prevents hypothermia in newborns, is one of these examples. You can see an additional seven products using the direct link to the article below.

Link to Full Source: The New York Times