Design Thinking Process PowerPoint Template
Design Thinking Overview Slide
Design Thinking Steps
Design Thinking's Empathize Stage
Design Thinking's Define Stage PowerPoint Slide
Design Thinking's Ideate Slide in creative style
Design Thinking's Prototype Slide
Design Thinking's Test PowerPoint Slide featuring bar charts
Design Thinking Summary Slide
Dark-themed futuristic Thank You Slide
Design Thinking Process PowerPoint Template

Design Thinking PowerPoint Presentation

Number of slides: 10

Design Thinking is a human-centered, iterative process for creative problem solving. It focuses on understanding users and their problems in order to generate innovative solutions and experiment through prototyping and testing. Use this PowerPoint template to cover every stage of the Design Thinking process and present the best user-centric solutions that came out of it.

Free Design Thinking Presentation Template

Design Thinking Process Slide

Start your presentation by explaining what Design Thinking is. You will find a circular diagram to display the five steps of the Design Thinking process: empathize, define, ideate, prototype, and test. This section will give your audience an overview of how the whole process looks like. In the next slides, you will be able to explain more about the stages your team went through to come up with the solutions.


Design Thinking’s Empathize Stage

Empathize, the first step in the design thinking process, is all about research. In this stage, you need to put yourself in the user’s shoes to really understand their feelings and thoughts around the issue you want to solve. In the Empathize slide, you will be able to showcase all the information you’ve gathered about your user.


Design Thinking’s Prototype Stage

Prototype is another fun step of the Design Thinking process. Here, you’ll start to build a low-fidelity first version of your product. It should be simple and easy to operate for the users, this way you can obtain an idea of how your potential solution will work in the real world.

Creative individual slides

The Design Thinking PowerPoint presentation comes with creative individual slides to cover the five steps of the Design Thinking process.

Why is Design Thinking important in business?

Design Thinking encourages organizations to have a human centered focus across the entire designing process. This makes teams create better products and services that solve people real-life problems.

Summary slide

At the end of this template, there’s a slide where you can sum up the whole process and highlight the top three ideas with better chances to solve the initial challenge.

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