The SSS “Swift Selection Service” is a digital system that allows a quick and efficient connection between the guests and the chefs.Creating a direct… more
Creative thinking is a matter of regularly training your imagination, practicing your powers of understanding, observing, ideating and reframing a problem.
Every creative idea starts by finding a problem and… more
This course made me realize a lot of things around me. The different terms that we learnt by watching ted talks or reading articles made me feel like I can use my mind more efficiently by following… more
In Thursday class, we examined in pairs the meanings of three definitions poverty, hunger and waste. At first I thought that every group would give similar definition because the terms were easy and… more
It’s all about reframing the problem… This New York Times article aims to show a creative method to implement ways to create a better citizenship in China. It all started… more
Harvard Business Review: thinking like a designer can transform the way we develop products, services, processes—and even strategy
In an article for Harvard Business Review, IDEO CEO Tim Brown shows how thinking like a designer can… more
Dr. Tina Seeling, a professor in Stanford University, explains and examines the different components of the “innovation engine” that she identified after working several years in… more
Throughout the experience of prototype I learnt that I have to observe first in order to define the essential needs that require development. As Plato said, “necessity is mother of… more
Kathryn Schulz is a journalist, author, and public speaker and considered to be the world’s leading “wrongologist”. She is the author of Being Wrong: Adventures in the Margin of Error.
She begins… more
This New York Times article mainly brings up the idea and he necessity of implementing creativity in every aspect of our life and introducing it to our… more