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La boîte à outils pour animer des ateliers UX

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sans titre p{} Photos & Videos PreviousNext Day 1 of HOW About That with inMotionNow. Neri Oxman Photo: Tom Allen for INTERVIEW Magazine Architect and designer Neri Oxman is the Sony Corporation Career Development Professor and Associate Professor of Media Arts and Sciences at the MIT Media Lab, where she founded and directs the Mediated Matter research group. Her team conducts research at the intersection of computational design, digital fabrication, materials science and synthetic biology, and applies that knowledge to design across disciplines, media and scales—from the micro scale to the building scale. Oxman’s goal is to augment the relationship between built, natural, and biological environments by employing design principles inspired and engineered by Nature, and implementing them in the invention of novel design technologies.

Articles Archives HOA Melbourne Meetup – Collaboration Case study with Red Cross Collaboration… A great thing when it happens well. It’s wonderful when it gets great outcomes, and even more wonderful when those outcomes change the lives of 1,000s of people in need. DT in the classroom Many educators are still not aware of the fact that design thinking has reached the classrooms already, especially, the K-12 classrooms. Schools are indeed using the design thinking techniques knowingly and unknowingly in the process of implementing their lesson plan. Injecting an ‘I CAN’ attitude in your students is all that it takes! In addition to the lesson plans, an extensive framework of well-developed design stages that concurrently works on developing and upskilling the mindset of the learners is the need of the hour.

Visual Explorer Post Card Facilitator’s Set Because of its versatility and ability to engage all kinds of people, VE is widely used in organizations, communities, schools and coaching relationships, with the outcome of better conversations about things that matter. What size Visual Explorer deck do I need? The Post Card size works well in almost any situation. The smaller Playing Card size is best for personal use or impromtu use, and for one-on-one coaching or interviews. The Letter size VE deck is the most visually compelling and makes the most powerful impression, and works well in formal programs where there is room to spread out. The images are the same across the different sizes.

Experiments, Practices, and Strategies for being a Remote Scrum Master Inspiration for fulfilling the stances of a Scrum Master, remotely Interested in joining a virtual PSM II class? We organize one in June! A Comparison of Existing Frameworks Leading to an Empathic Formation Compass for Co-design A Comparison of Existing Frameworks Leading to an Empathic Formation Compass for Co-design Wina Smeenk 1,2,*, Janienke Sturm 3, and Berry Eggen 2 1 WiEN’s ontwerperschap, Broek in Waterland, The Netherlands2 Department of Industrial Design, University of Technology, Eindhoven, The Netherlands3 Department of People and Technology at Fontys University of Applied Sciences, Eindhoven, The Netherlands Although empathy is an essential aspect of co-design, the design community lacks a systematic overview of the key dimensions and elements that foster empathy in design. This paper introduces an empathic formation compass, based on a comparison of existing relevant frameworks. Empathic formation is defined here as the formative process of becoming an empathic design professional who knows which attitude, skills and knowledge are applicable in a co-design process.

Basadur Profile Individual Payments for Team Participants Great news - We've added a new feature which allows you to create teams and have users take the profile with no slot requirements! This functionality was specifically designed for professors/lecturers who prefer their students pay for their profiles individually while maintaining the ability to manage data and create team scatter diagram reports. How does it work?

Agile Explained - Total Free Infographic Poster Collection I receive a lot of questions about where to find the Agile in a Nutshell poster, and I know it’s tricky to find things here on the blog. So in this poster I have collected all of Dandys Agile Infographic Posters to make it easier to find them over time. I will continue to add new ones in this collection page, so bookmark it if you want to come back and update your collection. All updates on languages and new updated versions of each poster will be updated on the specific original page for that poster, linked to from this page. Please let me know if you are interested in translating any of the posters to a new language 🙂

GIF challenge Step 1: For this online energizer, set-up an online whiteboard or shared Google Doc where people can post their responses to the challenge. Step 2: Post a phrase or statement into the online whiteboard and invite your participants to find a GIF ( is great) and post it into the collaborative space. Deck - - Sound Design in Games The deck of cards (since v1.0) This deck of cards is an instrument that is part of a wider initiative to develop a pattern language aiming to support the empowerment of non-expert practitioners to perform sound design in games. The first publicly released version was 1.0. Current version is 2.0 (see revision notes). As with other components in this site, the presentation of the cards is still being developed, so please accept the current incompleteness of the released information. The cards (version 2.0)

Why Design Thinking workshops don’t work Please tell me if that sounds familiar: Someone at your company, likely from a business unit, has heard about Design Thinking recently and got excited. They read a case study of how it delivered results for someone else in their position at a competitor, and now they want to try. Feeling that the organization does not have relevant capabilities, they look for an outside consultant to come in and host a Design Thinking workshop. This workshop typically comprises 1–2 facilitators from the consultant’s side, and 6–8 members of the business unit or larger organization. Ideally, a few “senior stakeholders” and some people “from the front line” (usually sales). The group gets busy with warm-ups and creative exercises.

Social Innovation Lab Kent: Method Deck The SILK method deck is a handy collection of methods, principles and prompt cards, which can be used by project teams, designers, project managers, social science researchers, community and economic development experts alike. The Method Deck is used most effectively as a complimentary tool for use within our SILK Methodology. If you would like to buy a printed copy of the Method Deck please email us at: