When meeting in person was a challenge, RMIT sought to find a new dynamic alternative- remote workshoppings for students sitting in different countries. Sharing the same goals and new mindsets, students came together to learn how to collaborate, stay creative and innovate better through new digital tools, led by Doodle Design. The key recipe? Design Thinking.
After learning on the key challenges and goals RMIT Accelerate was facing, Doodle Design crafted a roadmap of training content that is suitable to the background of the students sitting across countries to slowly equip them with fundamental Design Thinking knowledge, bearing in mind real practice scenarios and outcomes. The digital tools such Zoom, Mural were considered and blended into the learning journey.
“Covid-19 has presented both great challenges and opportunities. The way we work has changed forever. We all need to adapt now. Remote workshops and facilitation we offer using Design Thinking today are the future way of collaboration and innovation together.” said Chris Elkin – Founder, of Doodle Design.
From Design Thinking foundation to problem framing to ideations, RMIT Accelerate students were able to experience the world of Design Thinking recipes by putting them together to accelerate ideas. Together with RMIT, we develop “Green Hat, Creative Problem Solving” content to help students to be creative, visual through Design Thinking using digital tools. At the end of the learning journey, students become better innovators and are aided with new mindsets, tools to apply in real cases and challenges they face.
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