A brilliant recap of the work on design thinking. I don’t agree with the title, but admire the historical context brought to bear in illustrating what design thinking is, where it came from and how it has been used. It’s time to start looking at design thinking differently, not abandoning it.

Posted by Cameron D. Norman

I am a designer, psychologist, educator, and strategist focused on innovation in human systems. I'm curious about the world around me and use my role as Principal and President of Cense Ltd. as a means of channeling that curiosity into ideas, questions, and projects that contribute to a better world.

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  1. […] to Storage’s essay, he concludes: Design Thinking is hopelessly contaminated. There’s too much sleaze in the field. […]

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