Part 1 – Introduction to Human-Centered Design, Thu., Mar. 23, 7:30-9 p.m., Prog. Bldg.
Part 2 – Human-Centered Design Workshop, Sat., Apr. 22, 1-4:30 p.m., Prog. Bldg.
Led by Gina King Wells.
Email to register.

Part 1: Are you looking for ways to have a positive impact at UUCF, at work, school or out in the world? The tools of human-centered design can help! Human-centered design is a creative problem-solving approach that starts with getting to know the people we’re designing for and developing deep empathy for their experiences and needs. From there, we build, test and iterate until we get solutions right. Join us to learn about human-centered design and how you can use it to solve community challenges, support a culture of innovation and turn great ideas into solutions that make an impact. All are welcome.

Part 2: Are you interested in exploring human-centered design more deeply? Do you want to build your creative confidence and build a culture of innovation? Join us for a fun half-day session where we’ll provide an overview of human-centered design, practice the skills and methods and discuss how we might use human-centered design to address issues of importance to Unitarian Universalists. No need to attend the first introductory session. All are welcome.