You may have heard the exciting stories about design thinking and wondered what it is and whether it is for you.

In this course, you will experience design thinking.

To start down the path toward innovative solutions, focus on the problem first: Develop empathy for your users by “putting yourself in their shoes”, and further understand their perspectives by defining a point-of-view statement.

From there, you will start generating ideas and then move on to building low-resolution prototypes, which you can take back to your users for feedback. This will prepare you for the deliver phase, where you will learn how design thinking is connected to lean principles and single-piece processing.Although design thinking can be applied to a wide range of problem contexts, we focus specifically on its application to software development.

The course uses easy-to-understand, real-world examples, and allows you to collaborate with fellow students on a real-life challenge. Welcome to the course and we hope you enjoy the journey!

Source: Developing Software Using Design Thinking (Edition Q1/2017) – Moritz Gekeler, Jochen Guertler and George Kembel | openSAP

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