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Design thinking is formal method of solution-focused thinking. Rather than working to solve a specific problem, it starts with a goal and explores multiple, alternative solutions simultaneously. It is an especially useful method to investigate ill-defined problems where many factors may be unknown.  This approach also integrates end users from the project outset to ensure all perspectives are considered. 

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