Why Design Thinking Isn’t Dead [Headlines]

Why Design Thinking Isn’t Dead [Headlines]
Design

While Bruce Nussbaum, one of the people responsible for design thinking's existence, has declared it over, others find that the era isn't over.

Liz Walsh
  • 16 november 2011

Bruce Nussbaum is moving on from design  thinking, saying that it’s given all it can and that corporations have mechanized it to detrimental effects. While design thinking has problems, new difficulties that corporations face mean that it hasn’t run its course yet. FastCo Design.

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