Hello Design Thinking: 90-day access
“Belief in your creative capacity lies at the heart of innovation.”
FOUNDER OF IDEO AND THE STANFORD D.SCHOOL
Hello Design Thinking Class
Develop a common language and understanding of design thinking across your organization. This flexible, online experience introduces non-designers to the concepts of the design thinking process and offers designers a tried-and-tested approach to creative problem solving. You'll walk away with a knowledge of how design thinking works and how you can apply it to your day-to-day work. It's the first step in unlocking your creative potential.
Learn from David Kelley, founder of IDEO and the Stanford d.school, and a team of IDEO veterans.
Enjoy the flexibility of taking the class without leaving your desk.
Spur new ways of thinking by practicing design thinking concepts through quick activities.
Get a design thinking toolkit with tips and activities for continued practice on your own or with your team.
After purchase, you have access to this class for 90 days.
About Your Instructor
David Kelley is the founder and chairman of the global design and innovation company IDEO. Kelley also founded Stanford University's Hasso Plattner Institute of Design, known as the d.school.
Kelley's most enduring contributions are in human-centered design methodology and design thinking. He's most passionate about using design to help unlock creative confidence in everyone from students to business executives. A frequent speaker in these topics, Kelley and his brother co-authored the New York Times best-selling book Creative Confidence: Unleashing the Creative Potential Within Us All.
Kelley was inducted into the National Academy of Engineering in 2000. He holds honorary PhDs from both the Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth and Art Center College in Pasadena. He has been recognized with numerous honors, including the Chrysler Design Award and the National Design Award in Product Design from the Smithsonians's Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, the Robert Fletcher Award from Dartmouth, and the Edison Achievement Award for Innovation. Preparing the design thinkers of tomorrow earned him the Sir Misha Black Medal for his "distinguished contribution to the design education."