What does this actually mean? Should we be separating approaches by professions (eg: 'accounting thinking', 'DJ thinking', 'library thinking', 'doctor thinking'.
Though it's been stressed that businesses are turning towards 'design thinking' as a strategy for holistic thinking and user-based experience, I can't help but wonder if 'designers' and design education actually is that different from other types of 'thinking'. Tangents with this article I just read:
If you have conversations with other friends in other profession, do you find Design actually approaches problems that differently (I was thinking re: engineered solutions for our beloved Kiosk and Headset projects), and why? Do we think this way because of our natural tendencies and life experiences, or are we bred into it?