Introduction to Design Thinking

  • Course ID: INDT 665
  • Subject: Instructional Design

Explore design thinking principles and methodologies to incorporate a user-centered and empathetic design approach that relates to your target audience's current and unmet needs. Design and present solutions with the mindset that your learning objectives are actually the instructional products marking your target audience your consumer. Utilizing design thinking in your developmental process allows you to develop for your future customers (learners) and their challenges instead of relying only on past or historical challenges. Students will develop design thinking activities and processes specifically tailored for use in instructional product design.

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