After gather some information from ted talks and whatnot I came to the consensus that design thinking is centered around asking questions and translating these questions into answers with design. To come across these answers, one ought to design with their audience or specific client.
This idea of design thinking overlaps with scientific media design in many ways, but most often in the realm of healthcare. Healthcare is at its peak… however, we are still striving to make it even better. This can be easily done if we apply design thinking. A question like, how can I give my patient a better experience without medication? is a great starting point. The answer, per design thinking, would come from patient interaction. Often times people associate negative feelings with hospitals. Thus, another question arises: why are these negative feelings omnipresent?
From here we can even integrate other subjects, such as psychology and communications to effectively evaluate the question.
So now we have another idea behind design thinking. It’s asking questions, then answering them with design shaped by different ways of thinking i.e. scientifically, psychologically and sociologically.