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Everlasting Design Thinking

General problems of the fibre and textile industries

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Nr DOI: 10.5604/12303666.1221735

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Abstract:

The article presents an analysis of the design thinking process taking into consideration universal procedures and steps, starting from defining the problem, identifying needs, searchimg for solutions, prototyping and testing. There has recently been noticed the need to intensify the effectiveness of such proceedings – defined as Design Thinking. This method is intended for design in engineering, buiseness and medicine - using concrete knowledge, leading to innovative solutions. This article also includes the Art of Design, with its specific features and much greater freedom of thinking. The main concern here are textiles as objects of design because of their direct contact with the human being, with his emotions, imagination and feelngs, and therefore, in the analysis, the importance of these elements was stressed. Their awareness allows a more complete understanding of the thinking processes that occur in design, leading to the easier achievement of original innovative solutions.

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textiles, design, design thinking, art of design, creativeness, innovations, development.

Citation:

Masajtis J, Kędzia E, Szumigaj-Badziak A, Wereszka A. Everlasting Design Thinking. FIBRES & TEXTILES in Eastern Europe 2016; 24, 6(120): 39-44. DOI: 10.5604/12303666.1221735

Published in issue no 6 (120) / 2016, pages 39–44.

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