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‘It is an exciting book to read, digest and apply. Much needed comparison and demystifying the assumption that only designers can use System’s Thinking. I am so very glad that the author has used drawings to express meanings that anyone can draw, the same way that one can understand and apply design thinking to any problem-solving activity.’
‘It is a very interesting and fun read. Devyani has beautifully knitted the concept, principles, examples, illustrations and way forward for design thinking as a mainstream phenomenon for diverse fields and not just restrictive to designers. The storytelling approach is very engrossing and unassuming, and use of illustrations is interesting and a great addition to the book. It is a must-read for all modern workplace managers.’
‘It is a refreshing take on the practical aspects of design thinking and is one of the few reads that acknowledge the imminent ubiquity of AI all around us and explore the role inclusive design can play in tackling the AI bias head-on. It is a must-read for a modern product manager and designers alike.’
‘This book reads like a series of personal essays, written by a designer who has spanned multiple cultures, written to other designers who are trying to make sense, and perhaps explore in some more detail, of the changes underway in the realm of design. It raises thorny issues like the relationship of DT to AI and the dark side of empathy with a bit of “how to” (like the mindful design cards) occasionally sprinkled about, made more interesting and personal by the addition of a visual dimension.’
‘It is a much-needed look into the evolution of design thinking rooted with applicable frameworks and reflections from various design practitioners. It is a must-read for all professionals.’