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Design thinking is a problem-solving methodology that employs analytical, synthetic, divergent and convergent thinking to create a wide number of potential solutions and then narrow these down to a “best fit” solution. It is used by designers to add value through design solutions. Visual representation of the design thinking process can also be used to help convey ideas and abstract thought processes. The design thinking process consists of defining the problem, researching, ideation, prototyping, choosing, implementing, and testing. The principles of design thinking include human, ambiguity, re-design, and tangibility.