We're a team of passionate tech experts, startups founders, and social changemakers who care about teaching design thinking through play.
So what is design thinking?
Taught in institutions like Stanford University, design thinking is both an active and cognitive process encouraging solution-focused forms of learning, decision-making, creative problem solving, prototyping, and user-testing to guide entrepreneurs in creating game-changing designs, products, services, and social movements.
How does this relate to youth?
At Play4Tomorrow, we engage in high-performance design thinking sessions with middle school, high school, and university students worldwide. We know that instilling design thinking principles in youth equips them with critical life skills that will be immensely valuable irrespective of the path they choose. Developing a mastery in solutions-focused thinking at an early age can truly empower a young person to lead an inspired life; innovating positively for themselves and the greater community at large.
What’s the catch about ‘Play’?
All design sessions are rooted in play. Our studies show that the greatest learning and innovations are birthed in these environments. Students entering the design arena are encouraged to be their most authentic selves, following their “callings” on what they want to innovate. While students are learning to discover their own passions, they inspire all of us to imagine a better world for future generations.