Step 1 is to “empathize” — learn what the real issues are that need to be solved.
Step 2, “define the problem” — a surprisingly tough task.
Step 3 is to “ideate” — brainstorm, make lists, write down ideas and generate possible solutions.
Step 4 is to build a prototype or create a plan. The final step is to test the idea and seek feedback from others.
‘Design Thinking’ for a Better You – NYTimes.com
A strategy called “design thinking” has helped numerous entrepreneurs and engineers develop successful new products and businesses. But can design thinking help you create healthful habits? Bernard Roth, a prominent Stanford engineering professor, says that design thinking can help everyone form …