Design Thinking Bootcamp
Dive into Design Thinking with the DPDK Design Thinking bootcamp
All great innovators in literature, art, music, science, engineering, and business have practiced it: Design Thinking.
What is it good for?
What you will learn during Design Thinking bootcamp:
• Learn how to apply the process to any problem your team or business is facing: whether it’s a new product, feature, or marketing campaign • Define, empathize and target your end-user so you can ideate solutions with them in mind before sketching or designing screens • Turn your ideas into sketches and produce a testable solution to a challenge you’ve defined • Walk away with valuable and tangible ideas for innovating your business, as well as the steps to repeat the Design Thinking process To help you harness the power of Design Thinking, we have broken our Design Thinking bootcamp into five phases. During a day of Bootcamp, we’ll work on: 1. Empathising with your target groups 2. Defining the right design challenges 3. Ideating the possibilities 4. Rapid prototyping to create tangible solutions 5. Prototype evaluation and presentation DPDK’s Design Thinking bootcamp can be given at any location and for all team sizes. Start tackling problems that are ill-defined or unknown, by re-framing the problem in human-centric ways, creating many ideas, and adopting a hands-on approach in prototyping and testing. Get in touch with our Design Thinking experts to talk about how DPDK Design Thinking bootcamp can kickstart your business innovation.
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‘We were looking for a partner to help elevate our brand and website to the next level and substantially improve the user experience, and I believe we have accomplished that. We did a pretty comprehensive RFP and DPDK stood out as the most creative and innovative team! They have been a great partner throughout and even after launch, continuing to work with us to enhance our site in order to drive higher conversion rates.’