Design Thinking As A Disruptive Force In Higher Education

The Corbusier House is seen on July 27, 2007 in Berlin, Germany. French-Swiss architect Le Corbusier designed the 'Unite d'Habitation - Typ Berlin' with 527 apartments on 17tn floors. (Photo : Andreas Rentz/Getty Images) The first thing that comes to mind when you think of design is the aesthetics - something that makes something more beautiful. To the average mind, design is more related to arts and not a means to solve a problem. However, there are many instances already, especially in higher education, where design played a critical role. In the world of design, one topic that has just emerged is design thinking, a process that designers use to solve complex problems that have not been traditionally considered before as a design problem. Through this kind of methodology, a desirable solution is sought and applied to meet the need of the client bringing them...

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