Have you heard of Marie Kondo and her magical method of tidying up? In this article, we explore the similarities between the KonMari method and human-centred design. It's uncanny!
Are you more of a tune out or tune in type? As human beings, we listen from different channels. Use this tool to increase your awareness and practice of advanced listening skills.
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Are you more of a tune out or tune in type? Do you listen intently or are you just waiting to speak? As human beings, we listen from different channels, even if we don't know it. Use this tool to increase your awareness and practice of advanced
The quintessential human-centred design question is "How might we...so that...?" It's a way to transform needs and insights into the basis for creating meaningful solutions. Use this template to ideate and iterate your own "How might we" (HMW) questions.
It was Sunday night and time for some Netflix. There was a new show in our feed called ‘Tidying Up with Marie Kondo’. Ooh this looks interesting. We selected it and watched an episode. Then another. And another. I turned to my girlfriend and said...
Productivity. It’s everywhere. Just ask someone how they are. “Busy” is usually the first word to leave their lips. But…whatever happened to reflection? Taking the time to ponder, look inward and gain some real insight?
On this episode of the podcast, we explore how Lucinda Hartley uses prototypes to test large scale community projects.
As human-centred designers, we seek to deeply understand the values, motivations and emotions behind peoples’ behaviours to uncover latent needs. Adopting these 9 habits will help.
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