A remarkable variety of process models for design thinking exists, with differences in the amount of phases, visual representations of the process, and terminology used. The various institutions and consultants that use and teach the method each have their own way of presenting it. Furthermore, many companies that implement design thinking devise their own process to fit their specific situation. Despite their apparent differences, most of the process models are very similar when it comes to their activities and tools.
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