Design Thinking Resources
Design Thinking as a framework for the Innovator, Entrepreneur and Physician Leader.
Using Empathy and Experimentation to arrive to Innovative Solutions.
“Design thinking is a human-centered approach to innovation that draws from the designer’s toolkit to integrate the needs of people, the possibilities of technology, and the requirements for business success.”
—TIM BROWN, CEO OF IDEO
OpenIDEO Chapters. Chapters Around The World. OpenIDEO Chapters are active in more than thirty cities around the world. Get involved by attending the next event in your city. At OpenIDEO, people from all corners of the world collaboratively tackle some of the toughest global issues. No matter who you are, your experiences will bring a unique perspective to our conversation and idea development. Sign up to start collaborating and read on to learn more about how to participate.We tackle each social issue via a challenge, a three to five month collaborative process that focuses our attention on the topic and creates a space for community members to contribute and build off each other. This approach is modeled on IDEO’s design thinking methodology.
Tools to tackle ANY challenge & RESOURCES FOR HUMAN CENTERED DESIGN
Stanford d.school’s Tools for taking Action
“We’ve curated a collection of resources from our classes and workshops for you to explore. Use these activities, tools, and how-tos as a starting point — we hope you’ll hack them for whatever challenge you’re working on.” Stanford d.school
Frog Collective Action Toolkit
Part of frog’s commitment to social impact, the Collective Action Toolkit is a set of activities and methods that enables groups of people anywhere to organize, collaborate and create solutions for problems affecting their community.
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PHYSICIANS USING DESIGN THINKING
DESIGN THINKING IN MEDICAL EDUCATION
Frog design & UCSF CENTER FOR DIGITAL HEALTH INNOVATION: Revolutionizing Healthcare with AI
UCSF came to frog for a way to express their vision on how AI will transform healthcare.