Human-Centered Design is a seven-week course that will introduce you to the concepts of human-centered design and help you use the design process to create innovative, effective, and sustainable solutions for social change.
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Exciting free online learning opportunity to experience human centerd design processes for social change.
Key messages in this article: Visualising change is not about creating ‘pretty pictures’ - it doesn’t require artistic talent, and nor is it about adding images just for the sake of having visuals.
It is about building visuals into our change practice that help to engage different worldviews, reflect possibilities, immerse ourselves in the evidence of what works. Visualising change is about taking the power of images and pictures, and creating seriously helpful visuals that support and catalyse real change in those social issues which challenges us most.
I've been a fan of visual thinking and graphic facilitation for many years - and have used the techniques to take notes for myself. As a visual learner, mindmapping, drawing, and other techniques to think visually have helped me learn, synthesize lots of data, and see patterns. I