Design thinking is holistic

Design thinking is definitely holistic! It is creative solution for ‘the humans’.

Design thinking dissolves all boundaries of creative thoughts.

Design thinking is bound to no rules, no boundaries, no rigid ideas/thoughts and does not believe in our concept of failure.

Design thinking has the courage to experiment all its crazy thoughts/ideas.

Interesting isn’t it!

“Design thinking” is definitely not an alien or anything fancy.

Your innovative ideas to make your child’s day-to-day nutritious meal enticing and make it enjoyable for them and seeing them finish it to the last grain.

That’s design thinking!

Professional design thinkers or UX designers are trained to pool in ideas and organise these ideas to create an innovative solution.

Here is an awesome case study of design thinking. The innovation agency Hatch & Bloom worked with Holstebro and created innovative solution for “Denmark municipal meal-service”.

Before you watch the video shared below, I have a simple test for you.

Denmark municipal provides Danish meal service at subsidised rate for elderly and people with health issues. People who used this service had several health issues and around

  • 60% of seniors living in assisted living facilities had a poor nutritional condition,
  • 20% hereof were downright malnourished and
  • Almost all seniors were at risk of getting a disease as a consequence to bad or wrong nutrition

If you were to provide a solution, what would have it been?

Please register your answer.

OK, now you are ready to watch the video.



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By Jayanthi Varma

Jayanthi is Imajine's Co-Founder, Designer and Developer. Jayanthi is in the field of website design and web app development since 2003. Jayanthi is also a certified User Centered Analyst.

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