Think like a designer, no matter your background.
Approaching problem-solving from a fresh perspective is more critical than ever. Terms like “Design Thinking” and “Human-Centered Design” have been floating around the business world with little to no grounding. Take the “buzz” out of the buzzwords to understand how these principles can apply to non-designer work environments.
In this course, we will differentiate between a designer’s process and mindset to help participants shift from knowledge to action. By learning about empathy, Design Thinking, and Human-Centered Design, participants will better understand how to create products, services, and experiences that truly satisfy people’s needs.
The Impact of Design
Understand what a Designer’s Mindset is and why it matters
Intro to Design Thinking +
Break down Design Thinking and Human-Centered Design; Where they overlap and how they are different
Cultivate ideas into concepts that you can test and learn from
Connect the Dots
Practice staying “people first” throughout the whole process
3 hours per week
including one 2-hour class per week
5 online instructor-led cohort teaching/coaching sessions, and weekly self-paced online content and practice assignments
Scalable, .5 to 1.5 days
Up to 12 hours
1 in-person, instructor-led course