Spoiled rotten: Why "design thinking" deserves to die

Design thinking is an approach to product development – some would say to life itself – that emphasizes aesthetics, functionality, durability, sustainability, and other product attributes that make products as different as the iPhone, VW Beetle, and the Coca-Cola bottle so iconic and even beloved...

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