Here are all the projects from the d.school’s first-ever hackathon, challenging diverse teams to Bring Design Thinking to the World.
Design Thinking in Your World
Teaching design thinking through learning to teach design.
d.doing helps d.school spread Design Thinking in a scalable fashion.
People opt-into the challenge.
A new challenge is sent out weekly.
Each challenge illustrates a principle of design thinking by DOING.
A Collaborative Idea Wall
http://bit.ly/dmafia Can you work with your fellow mafiosos to apply design thinking to solve the mafia’s problem of disposing bodies? Design thinking is an inherently social process. The synergies and insights created by a diverse group of designers can be hard to grasp without experiencing them firsthand. Our hack reinvigorates teaching the design thinking process…
http://www.michalkopec.com/hackd Concept #1 d.radio allows you to tune into and listen to d.classes or spaces which are currently broadcasting their audio. You not only listen but are becoming an active participant thru – our secret sauce here 🙂 Concept #2 d.mix and match allows teachers, students, professional and anyone to build their own ideal learning…
d.tween is a simple yet powerful tool that helps people show their journey through design thinking to the rest of the world.
A marketplace for the world’s most compelling problems.
Design thinking as an instrument for solving them.
Discovery by doing.
design.book is a mobile application for designers and design enthusiasts to document, organize, and share their design journeys with each other. By giving designers a quick way to curate their process, the app helps them visualize and communicate their process in different ways.
Everyone is getting lazy at the time of checking news at webpages, even webpegaes of communities we are part of.
With d.school facebook app, all the events, news and social info about d.school is just one click away on your facebook profile.
Our Team, AWEsome, built a crazily cool tool to help people observe, record, and engage in conversions to find out solutions for challenges.
michaelmakarov.info/jargone A fun game canalizing design thinking Michael Makarov
Team Members: Albert Page, Mayank Malik, Patricia Decker, Aditya Mohan Project Description: The d.school website is about more than information: it’s a place to find inspiration. On the redesigned site provided by team Kale Chips, users can join the d.school design community and personalize their experience. Users can collaborate on projects, ask other designers questions,…
Mission: To bring design thinking to anyone in the World.
Challenge: To leverage the existing d.school website and core to build a new experiences.
Goals: To foster Discovery, Adaptation, Measurement, & Sharing.
Our Objectives: Make the d.school site –
* Global in reach
* Support diverse accessibility, especially mobile
* Educational, Collaborative and Engaging Community
* Inclusive, Diverse & Global – Reach from High School teachers to minority students to other countries
* Always in beta Framework
Allows people to discover and learn design thinking by example, using overlay annotations on the current dschool website as well as any other website.
to determine which individuals are interested in solving similar problems and take the project to the next level