Academic Technology Design Team - Design Thinking Experiences

Last Updated: 04/03/2017

Design Thinking Experiences

Design thinking is a creative approach to solving wicked and complex problems by understanding people’s needs and forming insights to meet those needs. The ATDT can facilitate and host design thinking experiences for you and your team. Such an experience will allow you to use the collective brainpower of the ATDT members and other campus individuals to generate concrete ideas for how to address your wicked problem. Contact us with your wicked problem!

Previous design thinking experiences:

Student Technical Services

Challenge: What technical services might students need from CU-Boulder’s Office of Information Technology?

Classroom Observation Service

Challenge: How might we design a classroom observation service that would attract and be meaningful for diverse A&S faculty?

Self Paced Learning

Challenge: How might we design a high-quality self-paced learning experience?

Managing Work

Challenge: How might we better manage our work?

Opportunities for Business Competency

Challenge: How might we create opportunities for more people on campus to gain core business competencies?

CU Museum of Natural History Exhibit

Challenge: How might we create exciting and accessible visitor experiences that bring these science stories to life?

Promoting a Culture of Collaboration

Challenge: How might we promote a culture of collaboration with the community, within the CE division, and with main campus?

Capturing Student Attendance

Challenge: How might we elegantly, efficiently, and accurately capture student attendance at Office of Institutional Equity and Compliance (OIEC) events?