How might we all design a life we love? LUMA instructor Ashley Jablow spent 100 days exploring that question. Her project – “100 Days of Designing My Life” – grew into a collection of prompts, questions, and frameworks to help anyone see their life and work through the lenses of innovation and design thinking.
Introducing: LUMA Community Roundup. In the spirit of sharing helpful and interesting content, we’ll highlight books, articles, podcasts, etc. created by our very own community of instructors and partners. We’re proud to work with experienced design thinkers from all over the world.
Interviewing stakeholders to learn more about their perspectives, motivations, and emotions helps you to build empathy and discover more about the people you seek to serve. Let’s talk about some facilitation tips for running an effective interview!
People resist change and avoid new ways of working for plenty of reasons. My experience has taught me a lot about how to introduce human-centered design (HCD) to people and get them excited to learn more. Three things are especially important.
Remote work is here to stay in some capacity. Given this reality, how might we create a future that yields more positive emotions and outcomes from collaboration across distances?
However you work, LUMA works. And LUMA Workplace® is your digital sidekick. It will always be there for you, providing advice and helping you navigate your next challenge at work or at home.
LUMA was proud to host our inaugural How Might We event on Wednesday, March 31! Our incredible panelists covered topics ranging from their favorite LUMA method to motherhood and misogyny.