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Design Thinking is an iterative process in which we try to understand the user, challenge assumptions, and reframe challenges to find new tactics and answers that aren't immediately obvious based on our current level of understanding. Design Thinking is not unique to designers; it has been used by great innovators in literature, art, music, science, engineering, and business. Design Thinking is being taught at leading universities around the world, including, Stanford, Harvard, and MIT. Some of the world's leading brands, such as Apple, Google, Samsung, and GE, have quickly adopted the approach, and Design Thinking is being taught at leading universities around the world, including d. school, Stanford, Harvard, and MIT. Design Thinking is based on a strong desire to learn more about the people for whom we are making products or services.

In my college, I was engaged in various five-pillar activities that are around the campus. Designers are aiming to establish new ways of thinking that do not abide by the prevailing or more frequent problem-solving methods, which is why Design Thinking is sometimes referred to as "outside the box" thinking. Because the design process frequently involves multiple groups of individuals from various departments, creating, categorizing, and arranging ideas and problem solutions can be challenging. A Design Thinking approach is one strategy to keep a design project on track and organize the main concepts.

Analyzing how users interact with products and investigating the conditions under which they operate will be some of the scientific activities:

researching user needs, pooling experience from previous projects,

Unlike a strictly scientific approach, in which the majority of the problem's known qualities, characteristics, and so on are tested to arrive at a solution, Design Thinking investigations include ambiguous elements of the problem to reveal previously unknown parameters and uncover alternative strategies. Design Thinking strives to produce a holistic and compassionate knowledge of the problems that people confront, with a firm foundation in science and rationality. Design thinking attempts to empathize with people. Emotions, needs, motivations, and behavioral drivers are all vague or intrinsically subjective terms. Design Thinking is more attentive to and interested in the context in which users operate, as well as the challenges and hurdles they may face when interacting with a product, due to the nature of creating ideas and solutions. The approaches used to produce problem solutions and insights into the practices, actions, and thoughts of real people are where Design Thinking becomes creative. Design Thinking is fundamentally a design-specific issue-solving strategy that entails examining known parts of a problem and discovering the more ambiguous or peripheral factors that contribute to the problem's conditions.

I have done three projects in my college. It was a great experience because I used all the five phases of design thinking. 

"Design Thinking is a mindset, not a toolkit or a series of steps"