The best tools for Design thinkers


“Good Morning Thinqers!

Today’s roundup is full of links, tools, and resources to help make design thinking easier for you. Design thinking is a great way to develop products and services that solve real problems in your community. Design thinking puts people, rather than ideas, first. If your goal as an organisation is to help disadvantaged communities, we think it’s worth looking into these design thinking resources to see how it can make your next project more human-centric. Happy reading!


Design Thinking Courses– A list of on-line and off-line design thinking courses to help you learn the fundamentals of design thinking, and create your own design thinking project.

Design Thinking For Social Innovation– How design thinking methods can help you get in touch with communities you wish to reach and deliver better products and services.

The Design Thinking Process Explained – Confused about the different stages of design thinking? This article breaks down the basics.

7 Tools For Design Thinking– Useful tools and resources to help you put design thinking to use.

12 Thoughts On Implementing Design Thinking In Your Organisation– A few simple observations on how you can implement Design Thinking in your or any organization. From Futurelab.

Why Social Innovators Need Design Thinking– An in-depth discussion on how design thinking can help social innovators better solve challenges in their communities. From Mckinsey On Society.

*45 Design Thinking Resources For EducatorsI n education, design thinking empowers students to realize that they can create their own futures by borrowing frameworks from other areas. This is a list of tools to help them do so. From Open Colleges.

*Design Thinking Resources For Schools A number of links that will give you a better idea of what design thinking is and how it can be used in the classroom. From Createdu.

Design Thinking Resources A set of introductory resources to provide a grounding in the ideas and approaches of design thinking. From Zaana Howard.

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