Creative
Decoding
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Your results have been processed. The value of each creative competence is determined by the values of two different creative dimensions of design practice. You will now be able to see all the results regarding your creative profile.

You will be able to check your results during six months, after this time we invite you to answer the CDT again.

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3.5 / 5Innovation
3.25 / 5Research
3 / 5Leadership
4 / 5Autonomy
4 / 5Social and ecological sensitivity
3.75 / 5Oral communication
3.25 / 5Critical Thinking
3.5 / 5Teamwork
3.25 / 5Aesthetic Sensibility
3.5 / 5Learning

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  • 3.5 / 5

    Innovation

    Capability to have original feasible ideas. It refers to the tendency of the designer to be creative and open minded in his/her way of thinking, as well as his/her ability to find a functional way to materialize ideas.

    • 3.5 / 5

      Originality

    • 3.5 / 5

      Realization

  • 3.25 / 5

    Research

    Capability to enrich the design process thanks to theoretical and practical research. It refers to the capacity of getting information about references and users, as well as to the ability to experiment through different work tools and materials.

    • 3.5 / 5

      Search for information

    • 3 / 5

      Experimentation

  • 3 / 5

    Leadership

    Capability to detect opportunities and meet goals through a strategic reach to the projects. It refers to the designer’s capacity to plan and direct work, as well as the ability to motivate colleagues through empathy and enthusiasm.

    • 3 / 5

      Strategic vision

    • 3 / 5

      Coaching

  • 4 / 5

    Autonomy

    It refers to the individual capacity to manage and organize work in an autonomous way, as well as to the personal initiative when modifying a project.

    • 4.5 / 5

      Self-management

    • 3.5 / 5

      Initiative

  • 4 / 5

    Social and ecological sensitivity

    Capability to reflect about the social and ecological aftermath of a project. It refers to both the interest and respect for others and the capacity to act in consequence creating responsible and ethically sustainable projects.

    • 3.5 / 5

      Awareness

    • 4.5 / 5

      Compromise

  • 3.75 / 5

    Oral communication

    Capability to orally transmit a message in a clear and attractive way when presenting or pitching a project. This includes the likeness to previously elaborate and structure the information that needs to be transmitted and the ability to communicate it to generate a positive impact on the receptors.

    • 3.5 / 5

      Planning

    • 4 / 5

      Charisma

  • 3.25 / 5

    Critical Thinking

    Capability to inquire and find solutions to improve. It refers to the likeness to question certain realities of a project in a constructive way, that is, with an ability to identify and materialize improvement and developing possibilities.

    • 3 / 5

      Questioning

    • 3.5 / 5

      Improvement proposition

  • 3.5 / 5

    Teamwork

    Capability to cooperate when developing a project in which many people are involved. It refers to being able to delegate based on trust and the capacity to tolerate diversity of criteria and other opinions.

    • 3.5 / 5

      Delegation

    • 3.5 / 5

      Tolerance

  • 3.25 / 5

    Aesthetic Sensibility

    Capability to perceive, value and fundament the formal aspects of a project. It refers to the interest to apply in a prioritizing way the decisions related to aesthetics, as well as the capability to support these decisions with arguments so that they’re not arbitrary.

    • 3.5 / 5

      Appreciation

    • 3 / 5

      Criteria

  • 3.5 / 5

    Learning

    Capability of acquiring and applying the new knowledge, abilities and attitudes efficiently through the study or the experience that can come up before, during or after the design process. It talks about the curiosity that thrives the exploration of new and diverse knowledge sources, as well as the capacity of interiorizing and practically applying what’s been learned.

    • 3 / 5

      Curiosity

    • 4 / 5

      Knowledge internalization

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