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Hi I'm Anuja Selvaraju, a graduate student at Academy of Art. I'm currently conducting academic research that focuses on Effective Creative Thinking as a part of my Graphic Design thesis development. This survey would help me define and reframe problem statement for my thesis and also to design effective deliverables.Focus: Investigating the problems in understanding, application and accessibility of Design thinking from academic and commercial perspectives. The aim is to help understand the best practices and to align Design to the face paced competitive business world, vice a versa.
More details: (Thesis proposal) https://www.behance.net/gallery/32052951/Effective-Creative-thinking
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