In the counterculture movement of the 1960s, a time teeming with new ways of thinking, the earliest glimpses of human-centered design and design thinking were born. The worlds of architecture and product design began to move away from the sciences and towards an approach that put humans at its center. Fast-forward to this very moment—if you stop to look around your home, office, or any store, almost everything you’ll see is a product of this new wave of thought.
Design thinking is problem-solving. You might have a teacup beside you. Its handle was designed so that you could hold hot liquids without burning your hands. Its saucer was designed
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