LET’S THINK OUTSIDE THE BOX

Design Thinkers of RTP

We are a group of passionate people that want to inspire and empower others to think different, with a more human-centered based mentality.
About us

Create an impact and dramatic change in the way we work, live and play.

Design thinking is a process for creative problem solving. Design thinking has a human-centered core. It encourages organizations to focus on the people they’re creating for, which leads to better products, services, and internal processes.

The Design Thinking Framework:

  • Empathize (search for rich stories and find some love)
  • Define (user need and insights – their POV)
  • Ideate (ideas, ideas, ideas)
  • Prototype (build to learn)
  • Test (show, don’t tell)
  • Start all over and iterate the flow as much as possible

We are a group of passionate people that want to inspire and empower people in The Triangle to think different, with a more human-centered based mentality. Create an impact and dramatic change in the way we work, live, and play.

We hope to join and think outside the box with us!

Come join us

We need to reshape our own perception of how we view UX. We have to step up as designers and take the lead.

Events

We organize inclusive events for Product Designers, Product Owners, Managers, UI UX Designers and Developers

The central idea of design thinking lies in user-centered product development. By guiding stakeholders through a predefined sequence of exercises the facilitator attempts to foster both empathy and creativity. The playful approach should by no means be misunderstood as ‘anything goes’. Rather, a design thinking process requires careful facilitation with clear rules, especially with regard to time management.  Equally important is a thorough follow-up that summarizes and expands upon the results.

Design thinking confronts stakeholders with their preconceived notions of organizational issues or initiatives and fosters the shared understanding of problem scope as well as crucial components that are difficult to conceptualize.