Design Thinking – A way of life!

 Namrata Rajendra Rathod.     

 Final Year B Pharm

A socio-technical system (STS) is the one that considers requirement inclusive of hardware, software, personal, and community aspects which applies an understanding of the social structures, roles and rights to inform the design of systems that involve communities of people and technology.

More than 75% of organizations acknowledged that they are engrossed in design thinking.

  • Design Thinking is not owned exclusive only by designers infact, ground breakers of literature, art, music, science, and business have executed it in the best way possible.
  • Why Design Thinking? The designers’ work processes can help us effectively extract, teach, learn and apply these self-involved techniques to solve issues in an omnificent way not only in our designs and in our businesses, but also in our lives.

According to statistics, 50% of design-led companies reported more loyal customers due to having an upper hand in advanced design practices.

  • Some of the world’s finest brands, such as Apple, Google and Samsung not only rapidly adopted the design thinking approach, but also few of the leading universities around the world started teaching the related methodology including Stanford, Harvard, Imperial College London and the Srishti Institute in India. 

Prior you embrace design thinking into your own customization, you need to explore what it is and why it is in high demand. 

The main dogma of design thinking is empathy for the people you’re trying to design for. Leadership is totally the same thing – building empathy for the people that you’re confide to help

Design thinking : an Iterative process containing of  five phases:

  1. Empathize 
  2. Define
  3.  Ideate
  4. Prototype
  5. Test
  • It helps you inspect and evaluate the known aspects of a problem and identify the more obscure and opaque factors that adds up to the problem. With this contrast and with a more scientific approach, the substantial aspects are tested in order to arrive at a solution.
  • Design thinking is more than just a process, which opens up an altogether new way to think, and offers a pile of first-hand approaches to help you implement this new mind-set.

An way of life which is for everybody, which makes you think outside-the-box and has a scientific Side and certainly is the key to the success of many high-profile, global organizations.