Visual Thinking

Visual Thinking

Visual thinking refers to designers being able to use sketches, diagrams, thumbnails, and charts to understand the world, to analyze and conceptualize context, products, processes, and interactions.

Visual Thinking

Case Studies

  • Test 6

    Test 6

    In 2016, Professor Job Rutgers from OCAD U’s Industrial Design program began a collaboration with Dr. John Fass and Mo Ling Chui from UAL’s London College of Communication (LCC). This exciting partnership between educators and researchers at both institutions, applies design thinking to the creation of design pedagogy and design curriculum and is inspired byContinue reading “Test 6”

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  • Test 5

    Test 5

    In 2016, Professor Job Rutgers from OCAD U’s Industrial Design program began a collaboration with Dr. John Fass and Mo Ling Chui from UAL’s London College of Communication (LCC). This exciting partnership between educators and researchers at both institutions, applies design thinking to the creation of design pedagogy and design curriculum and is inspired byContinue reading “Test 5”

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  • Test 4

    Test 4

    In 2016, Professor Job Rutgers from OCAD U’s Industrial Design program began a collaboration with Dr. John Fass and Mo Ling Chui from UAL’s London College of Communication (LCC). This exciting partnership between educators and researchers at both institutions, applies design thinking to the creation of design pedagogy and design curriculum and is inspired byContinue reading “Test 4”

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