Embracing social-centered design means believing that all problems, even the seemingly intractable ones like poverty, gender equality, and clean water, are solvable. Moreover, it means believing that the people who face those problems every day are the ones who hold the key to their answer. This design process offers problem solvers of any stripe a chance to design with communities, to deeply understand the people they’re looking to serve, to dream up scores of ideas, and to create innovative new solutions rooted in people’s actual needs. This short talk is inspired from IDEO's Human Centered Design processes and projects which made huge impact on people's lives and communities. The talk will explain about how to identify, get inspired and solve any problem that hiders the society. At the end, our approach amounts to wild creativity, to a ceaseless push to innovate, and a confidence that leads us to solutions we’d never dreamed of when we started. When all designers take inspirations from the society and nature around us to bring business and revenue impact, I strive to make designers give back to the society that nutured their creativity and innovations.