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Online Expert Lecture on Design Thinking in Legal Research

Design thinking is an approach used for practical and creative problem-solving by prioritizing consumer needs above all else. It is based heavily on the methods and processes that designers use, but it has actually evolved from a range of different fields - including architecture, engineering and business. Design thinking can also be applied to any field and it doesn’t necessarily have to be design-specific. It relies on observing, with empathy, how people interact with their environments and employs an iterative, hands-on approach to creating innovative solutions. It is human-centred, which means that it uses evidence of how humans actually engage with a product or service. It can only work if it is iterative. It is less of a means to get to a single solution, and more of a way to continuously evolve one's thinking and respond to human needs.

Last Updated :18-10-2022