By Michael Burmester on uid.com
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This content is about the differences between Design Thinking and Human-Centered Design. Design Thinking is a more innovative approach to problem solving that puts humans at the center of the development process. It is divided into six phases and emphasizes creativity and innovation. Human-Centered Design, on the other hand, is a more structured approach that focuses on usability and user experience. It is divided into four phases and is described and defined in an official standard. Both approaches are complementary and should be used together for best results.