replace empathize with context
How I Stopped Worrying and Learned to Love Design Thinking
Christina Wodtke

I disagree because “empathize” prioritizes understanding human needs, whereas “context” makes no judgment about what piece of the puzzle is most important to understand. We’re not studying a challenge itself, we’re studying people to find out what they need, then defining the design opportunity.

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