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  • Trina Lambert
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  • Gregg Gullickson

Ariadne's Thread & Design Thinking As Deconstructive Thinking Process.

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Ariadne's thread, named for the legend of Ariadne, who gave Theseus the thread with which he found his way out of the Minotaur's labyrinth. Please read the following text keeping in mind that the thread in the labyrinth is hold by one end by people, and the other end by a problem: A Deconstructive-Constructive Thinking Process that goes backwards from people to the problem or ideal situation and viceversa.

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  • Gregg Gullickson

    I served in HMS Ariadne and am a DT fan so I have to like this article.

    • pilar saura

      Thank you Gregg! Ariadne, a beautiful name for a ship...