Businesses are embracing design thinking because it helps them be more innovative, better differentiate their brands, and bring their products and services to market faster.

Non-profit organizations and non-governmental organizations are beginning to use design thinking as well to develop better solutions to social problems. Design thinking crosses the traditional boundaries between public, for-profit, and nonprofit sectors. Below are two recognized video-based case sharing about Design Thinking for Social Service Innovations


Case 1: The Rehabilitation of Drug Abusers in Hong Kong 


Further information of the CityU-DTA program of “Design Thinking for Social Innovations”


Case 2: Saving the Life of Preterm Babies in the Third World Countries 

Further information of the CityU-DTA program of “Design Thinking for Social Innovations”