Design Thinking Camp

Ever wondered about the process of how designers work?
What is the secret recipe for successful design?
Design Thinking. The new way to bring visions to life.
Design Thinking was created by Stanford to target the problem with design: why functionality trumps product quantity.
Register for the Design Thinking class to explore the framework that will spark your creative process.

Who: All students who have some skills with the Adobe Creative Cloud software (namely Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign)
Where: SpringLight Education Institute, 20432 Silverado Ave #7, Cupertino, CA 95014
When: August 5, 2019 - August 9, 2019 at 9:30am-12:30pm
Contact: 408-982-5959, 408-480-7547; WeChat: bayEcho
Tuition: $380

Day 1: Introductory Airplane Model
Day 2: Design Thinking Part 1&2 — Know your audience and problem
Day 3: Design Thinking Part 3 — Ideation
Day 4: Design Thinking Part 4 — Low fidelity prototyping
Day 5: Design Thinking Part 5 — Testing and presenting

At the end of the camp, each student will learn how to utilize the design thinking process to tackle problems, while also perfecting a portfolio-ready piece.


Margaret Lu, majoring in industrial design at Georgia Institute of Technology and a Fellows at University Innovation Fellows. She specializes in graphic design and brand design, and placed first for exhibition design in the official end of the year Launchpad showcase at Georgia Tech. Check out more of her work at