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Design Thinking Design thinking is the core creative process for any designer this book explores and explains this apparently mysterious design ability Focusing on what designers do when they design, Design Thinking is structured around a series of in depth case studies of outstanding and expert designers at work, interwoven with overviews and analyses The range covered reflects the breadth of design, from hardware and software design, to architecture and Formula One The book offers new insights and understanding of design thinking, based on evidence from observation and investigation of design practice Author Nigel Cross, considered one of design s most influential thinkers, goes to the heart of what it means to think and work as a designer The book is an ideal guide for anyone who wants to be a designer or to know how good designers work in the field of contemporary design. Best Download Design Thinking [ By ] Nigel Cross [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – wholesalesweetshop.co.uk

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  1. The podcast Not So Standard Deviations convinced me to read this book by doing a book club series about it Hilary and Roger believe that Nigel s ideas about the process of design are translatable to data science I agree with them, but I didn t enjoy the process of reading this book I don t like the setup or seriousness around the experiments that are described But some of the conclusions drawn from them and separately near the end of the book felt important and useful to me I definitely enj The podcast Not So Standard Deviations convinced me to read this book by doing a book club series about it Hilary and Roger believe that Nigel s ideas about the process of design are translatable to data science I agree with them, but I didn t enjoy the process of reading this book I don t like the setup or seriousness around the experime...

  2. Am a complete novice on this topic So the first chapter just flew right over my head But started to correlate as design thinking was explained in conjunction with designers and fields that I enjoy Think Gordon Murray, F1, Racing etc But again felt it drift as the author started to make comparison between designers working in isolation vs designers working in a team It was a bit generic and could be applied to any field , let alone design.In hindsight , what would I have not given to hav Am a complete novice on this topic So the first chapter just flew right over my head But started to correlate as design thinking was explained in conjunction with designers and fields that I enjoy Think Gordon Murray, F1, Racing etc But again felt it drift as the author started to make comparison between designers working in isolation vs designers working in a team It was a bit generic and could be applied to any field , let alone design.In hindsight , what would I have not given to have speak alo...

  3. For a book on design, this book feels terribly designed I m not a designer and found it really hard to understand what the book s entire purpose was, and how it might be expanded through future readings.

  4. Prominent folks in my field data science have made the argument that the field of design has a lot in common with it, in terms of how we can understand its process, how we can learn to do it well, how people can teach it it to ...

  5. The book brought me back to using pencil and paper I was so inspired that I read chapter 4 How Designers Think many many times Every time, I read I found something missed out from my last read I surely like to read it a fewtimes this year.

  6. Exactly what the subtitle says it is, an exploration of how designers execute the design process Interesting inasmuch as it describes some interesting things about the journey from novice to expert, but probably could have covered the content in 1 4 of the length.

  7. Came highly reviewed by a couple people I follow in the data science world Not sure what the hype is

  8. Exactly the book I ve been looking for to help me understand the thinking process involved in chess, and writing.

  9. Well written, analytical look at design thinking.

  10. Nigel Cross is the first name in design thinking in the design academic literature This book retains a scholarly tone that does not stray from that work, and in fact feels like an extended remix of Expertise in Design an overview with supporting case studies The main insights of this book are entirely sound that good designers don t work in an entirely stage wise fashion, but form their understanding of the problem in response to potential solutions, iterating between activities opportuni Nigel Cross is the first name in design thinking in the design academic literature This book retains a scholarly tone that does not stray from that work, and in fact feels like an extended remix of Expertise in Design an overview with supporting case studies The main insights of this book are entirely sound that good designers don t work in an entirely stage wise fashion, but form their understanding of the problem in response to potential solutions, iterating between activities opportunistically designers don t necessarily accept the parameters of their brief, but change the problem under the demand of factors discovered in ...

  11. Chapter 1 of this book is very hard to understand Nigel Cross use lot of diffculty terms from design, architectural and scientifics term Chapter 1 is TERRIBLE if you read print version, you have to open dictionary a lot Fortunately, Design thinking book change the style of story telling from very hard theory in chapter 1 to become design process story at chapter 2 to the end For me it sinteresting how the designer do daily process of design thinkingthan, the theory behind it How Chapter 1 of this book is very hard to understand Nigel Cross use lot of diffculty terms from design, architectural and scientifics term Chapter 1 is TERRIBLE if you read print version, you have to open dictionary a lot Fortunately, Design thinking book change the style of story telling from very hard theory in chapter 1 to become design process story at chapter 2 to the...

  12. An excellent introduction to obviously thinking like a designer It uses examples from real life designers in various fields, explores ways in which innovation and creativity are fostered, and provides beginners the founda...

  13. It is ok It just didn t meet my expectations.