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THE APPLICATION OF DESIGN THINKING METHODOLOGY ON RESEARCH PRACTICES: A MIND-MAP OF TOOLS AND METHOD

@inproceedings{Cerejo2012THEAO,
  title={THE APPLICATION OF DESIGN THINKING METHODOLOGY ON RESEARCH PRACTICES: A MIND-MAP OF TOOLS AND METHOD},
  author={Joana Cerejo and {\'A}lvaro Barbosa},
  year={2012}
}
The difficult task of innovation is a key facet of Research & Development (R&D) institutions. Innovation is also closely related with processes oriented to achieve solutions in design. By addressing this topic, we propose to research new emerging design methods and provide an overview of design thinking tools that can be applied in an early stage of the R&D research process in order to produce meaningful results. This research presents a set of experimental guidelines and an analysis method for… Expand
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