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Design thinking / Rachel Ivy Clarke.

By: Clarke, Rachel Ivy, author.
Call number: Z678 C625 2020 Material type: TextTextSeries: Library futures: 4Publisher: Chicago : ALA Neal-Schuman, [2020]Description: ix, 59 pages : illustrations ; 18 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780838917923 (pbk.) ; 0838917925 (pbk.) ; 9780838946879 (ePub) (Invalid ISBN) ; 9780838946886 (PDF) (Invalid ISBN) ; 9780838946893 (Kindle) (Invalid ISBN) Subject(s): Library planning | Library administration -- Decision making | Problem solving | Critical thinking | Design -- Methodology | Libraries -- Aims and objectivesDDC classification: 025
Contents:
Understanding design thinking. A brief history -- The design thinking mindset -- The design thinking process -- Design thinking in libraries. User-centered vs. human-centered approaches -- Working with constraints -- Design thinking from the field. Implicit applications of design thinking -- Explicit applications of design thinking -- Tools and services to support design thinking -- For the future. There's more to design than design thinking -- From human-centered design to values-centered design -- The intentional embrace of design
Summary: "The Library Futures Series continues with this primer on design thinking, broadly defined as an approach to problem solving which prioritizes empathy with and deeper understandings of users to define a problem; actively engages in prototyping to develop solutions; and iterates solutions through implementation and resulting modification"-- Provided by publisher
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 55-59)

Understanding design thinking. A brief history -- The design thinking mindset -- The design thinking process -- Design thinking in libraries. User-centered vs. human-centered approaches -- Working with constraints -- Design thinking from the field. Implicit applications of design thinking -- Explicit applications of design thinking -- Tools and services to support design thinking -- For the future. There's more to design than design thinking -- From human-centered design to values-centered design -- The intentional embrace of design

"The Library Futures Series continues with this primer on design thinking, broadly defined as an approach to problem solving which prioritizes empathy with and deeper understandings of users to define a problem; actively engages in prototyping to develop solutions; and iterates solutions through implementation and resulting modification"-- Provided by publisher

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