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Communicating/articulating your design
Using empathy to design
Rationalizing/defending your design
Using research and analytics to design
Leadership and teamwork
Understanding business and finance
@rochelleking Elizabeth Churchill, Caitlin Tan @kpcb @sunilmaholtra
Designing with Data
ROCHELLE KING
The top 3 skills needed by designers in
practice are not available to them as basic
coursework in education as a designer.
The Design
Education Gap:
Acquiring Data, Business,
and Leadership skills beyond
the classroom
Understanding business and finance
Using research and analytics to design
Leadership and teamwork
Communicating/articulating your design
Using empathy to design
Rationalizing/defending your design
Desired design education biases
Business and finance skills are desired the most
by graduates, + research and analytics skills too.
Existing design education biases
Section 3: Design needs Designers

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28 Communicating/articulating your design Using empathy to design Rationalizing/defending your design Using research and analytics to design Leadership and teamwork Understanding business and finance @rochelleking Elizabeth Churchill, Caitlin Tan @kpcb @sunilmaholtra Designing with Data ROCHELLE KING The top 3 skills needed by designers in practice are not available to them as basic coursework in education as a designer. The Design Education Gap: Acquiring Data, Business, and Leadership skills beyond the classroom Understanding business and finance Using research and analytics to design Leadership and teamwork Communicating/articulating your design Using empathy to design Rationalizing/defending your design Desired design education biases Business and finance skills are desired the most by graduates, + research and analytics skills too. Existing design education biases Section 3: Design needs Designers

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