Sep 23, 2019
I really liked the peer reviews at the end. It was a great way to view other examples of how different projects, industries, and teams have used design thinking. The course was easy to follow as well.
Jun 17, 2017
great course , i am grateful to Coursera and everyone at Darden who helped develop this course.\n\ni really enjoyed the course. best wishes to all . keep up the great work!!!! God bless all of you!!!
创建者 Giulianno C C•
Feb 11, 2016
Great materials, great learning system! I could get some inspiration and learning, but i thought it was to short.
创建者 Marc M•
Mar 07, 2017
Interesting course, but the evaluation process should be reworked with weekly quizz to ensure that the main concepts have been understood and a different final exam which does not assume that you already had the opportunity to apply and reflect upon what you have learned
创建者 Erick A R A d l S•
Jan 08, 2018
In the videos you should apply the visualization tool to explain ideas further, they are purely verbal and can get to be boring. There should be an assignment for each concept to fully understand the design thinking tools.
It is too vague ; The lack of interaction and assignments don't help.
创建者 Marina D•
Jan 22, 2018
Too much theory, too little practice. Very repetitive and slow.
创建者 C. C•
Dec 13, 2015
I previously gave this course a 5-star review; however, upon realising that there is no way to access the classroom after receiving the final grade and certificate, I simply can't give it the same excellent review. I have no way of accessing discussions and my final assignment to see any feedback classmates have given. There is also no option to re-take the final assignment, which was peer-graded and I believe I was not properly evaluated by my peers.
创建者 VERONICA B H•
Nov 01, 2016
I would appreciate more practical cases with the detailed methodology that were applied. Also I will love external resources to study and examples of design thinking applied in different types of industries
创建者 Felipe A C•
Nov 27, 2015
The course is pretty uneventful. I have done some courses from other universities, which are more interactive and fun. But the content is great!
创建者 Simon C•
Aug 05, 2017
The first few modules where the basics are covered are much more useful than the final modules, where things felt more like promotional vehicles for their books and services.
创建者 Tanuja P•
Apr 19, 2018
The subject is very useful. But the way it has been taught --- it felt that the instructors were reading from a book. I am specially surprised because these courses are meant to be for an international audience, many of whom do not have American-English as their primary language. There were so many references to America-specific phrases and cultural concepts!
创建者 Sam E•
Oct 24, 2016
The course videos are well made and insightful. Except for the very end there are no quizzes and assignments. This misses out what for me is a vital part of the learning experience, regular feedback and reflection.
创建者 Mohit A•
Apr 30, 2017
Appreciate this course a lot, it was crisp and to the point. Major focus was on using Design Thinking tool.
The only downside was the lack of reference material. Course should include the slides that were presented in the video as well as some additional reading material (available for free)
创建者 Thomas R•
Feb 08, 2018
The course is ok and gives a good first introduction to Design Thinking. The Videos are good and allow for easy understanding. However, the course material (hand outs) provided is relatively poor. There should be at least a good sized handout of the 4 questions which are so central to the lecture. At times the course feels like a bait to sign up to the more comprehensive sessions offered by the School.
创建者 Cortlandt C•
Sep 19, 2016
I audited this course. The videos are in fact useful. However, it would appear that the real interaction is reserved for the later weeks of the course. Thus moving from theory to application can be a bit abstract. Of course I did purchase the book and workbook created by the author and have found them to have additional material to support application.
创建者 Diego V V•
May 01, 2018
Need more hands on activities and samples
创建者 Javier C•
Oct 03, 2016
This course starts quite well but it´s awful at finish
创建者 Dmitry A•
Feb 05, 2018
This might have been a great course, if it was called Design Thinking 101. Somehow I expected more of content, frameworks and details. More engagement like assignments would also be great.
创建者 Christopher K•
Mar 20, 2018
I felt the course materials could be presented in a more easy-to-digest format, while the selected speakers could be more succinct in their presentations and less subjectively opinionated, especially Ed Hesse. I feel this destroys credibility when too much emotion and superlatives are invoked.
创建者 Fernando S•
Feb 06, 2018
创建者 Bianca G•
Jul 04, 2018
Good course to provide a good understanding of what is design thinking and its process, but doesn't give us practical experience and cases for testi
创建者 Klaas G•
Jun 29, 2017
I really like the subject, but the content of this course could be more engaging. It is more or less 4 weeks/chapters of passively watching video. Of course there's a possibility to discuss things in the forum, but I prefer some kind of weekly assignments (chunking!) which let me reflect on the content learnt that week. There is also improvement possible in visualizing the key concepts/constructs/ideas of this course.
创建者 Shubham K S•
Aug 30, 2018
I wish the subject was bit more clear. I felt i lost direction in between the lectures about the main goal of the lecture.
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创建者 Daniel H•
Apr 16, 2019
Very interesting course. I will apply it in my daily professional and personal life.
I would have loved to have some more material, but I totally understand that when talking about innovation it's not that easy to get materials and videos.
Very easy to follow and it totally catched my attention from the beginning. Many thanks.
创建者 Andrea M•
Nov 03, 2019
The course is interesting and may work as a general introduction. nevertheless the lessons and the material made available in form of slides is not sufficient to really become knowledgeable about the presented methods.