Course — Framing: Creating Better Solutions by Finding More Valuable Problems to Solve
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Design Thinking 101 Learning is a collection of short training courses that help people start seeing and solving problems like a designer. Each course is structured to help your innovation actions create what you need for the people you serve, your organization and yourself.
In this self-paced, online course, Framing: Creating Better Solutions by Finding More Valuable Problems to Solve, you will learn to create more effective solutions by understanding the problem you are trying to solve.
Creating effective solutions begins with understanding the problem we are trying to solve. Is this problem worth solving? Where should we look to understand our problem? What’s happening inside this problem? How do we define the problem? How do we adjust problem framing as we go? During the course, you will learn to answer these questions and apply them to your work.
In the course you get:
- Videos walking through every concept and skill
- Examples and stories
- Step-by-step guides
- Guidance on practicing what you’ve learned.
DT101: Framing is the first of many Design Thinking 101 Learning experiences.
We plan to launch four more courses on essential design thinking abilities across the design process, and a course on facilitating design thinking. Take these online, self-paced courses as stand-alone trainings, or take them all for a complete introduction to design thinking.
With Design Thinking 101 Learning, we’re building a place at Fluid Hive for people to get everything they need to start seeing and solving problems like a designer.
Practice Tools and Question-Based Learning
Our courses include Fluid Hive Practice Tools that guide you through applying what you learn. Design Thinking 101 Learning is built around the questions people will need to answer when doing the work.
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Framing: Creating Better Solutions by Finding More Valuable Problems to Solve
By completing this course, you will be able to:
- Explore and develop the basis for an innovation or adaptation project.
- Explain the value of solving a particular problem.
- Identify better problems connected to deeper outcomes.
- Create tools that make projects faster and more effective.
- Refine project focus, value and efficacy as you learn from research, idea generation, prototyping, and testing.
- Create questions that align your team and guide stakeholders' contributions.