Design Thinking


Our design thinking process aims at dramatically improving learning and education which includes, Empathize: Understand the learning context Establish what students should learn, Scientifically measure what students are actually learning, Adapt instructional methods and curriculum and incorporate effective use of technology and pedagogical research to achieve desired learning outcomes, Disseminate and adopt what works.



Design Thinking is an iterative process in which we seek to understand the user, challenge assumptions, and redefine problems in an attempt to identify solutions that might not be visible with our initial level of understanding. It provides a solution-based approach to solving problems.

Design thinking encompasses processes such as context analysis, problem finding and framing, ideation and solution generating, creative thinking, sketching and drawing, modeling and prototyping, testing and evaluating.

The five phases of Design Thinking which we follow

(as developed by Stanford D.School)


Empathize with your users (learners)


Define your users’ needs, their problem, and your insights


Ideate : Create ideas for innovative solutions


Prototype solutions


Test – solutions