We’re thrilled to announce ten new d.school fellows for 2015-16 and additions to our program leadership, as we deepen our ability to help people learn, teach and apply design thinking in the world.
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We’re now accepting applications for the d.school fellowship program for the academic year 2014-15. This year, we are looking for restless experts in the fields of K12 education and health care. Ideal candidates will be mid-career professionals and entrepreneurs with the potential to drive systems-level change. If you’re dedicated to improving either of these areas, read on!…
In preparation for the election, the d.school was asked to author a note of advice to the next President of the United States (along with thought leaders Thomas Friedman, T. Boone Pickens, Geoffrey Canada and others) on how to foster innovation. As seen on Parade Magazine’s website, here are some ideas for creating a culture…
We are thrilled to learn that Fast Company has selected d.school co-founder and Executive Director George Kembel as one of their Design 50 honorees this year! George has been a central part of the d.school since its beginning, with a passion for fundamentally transforming how we educate our children, how we lead our organizations, and…
We gave 76 Stanford grad students a challenge: describe each design process mode in one sentence. Check out our visualization of their responses to see a rhythm behind the design process.
Teaching design thinking through learning to teach design.
Our Team, AWEsome, built a crazily cool tool to help people observe, record, and engage in conversions to find out solutions for challenges.
d.doing helps d.school spread Design Thinking in a scalable fashion.
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A new challenge is sent out weekly.
Each challenge illustrates a principle of design thinking by DOING.
Team Members: Albert Page, Mayank Malik, Patricia Decker, Aditya Mohan Project Description: The d.school website is about more than information: it’s a place to find inspiration. On the redesigned site provided by team Kale Chips, users can join the d.school design community and personalize their experience. Users can collaborate on projects, ask other designers questions,…