LUMA Institute has joined MURAL! In this post, LUMA CEO Chris Pacione shares why this union makes sense and how it will advance our shared mission!
Watch a two-minute clip from the LUMA Summit featuring Cassandra Worthy and her answer to this question: How might we design for change in a human-centered way?
About 18 months ago, we asked ourselves, “How might LUMA, knowingly or unknowingly, be contributing to the inequity that plagues our society?” We knew we needed to take actionable steps pertaining to anti-racism, diversity, and inclusiveness, but we needed to figure out how to contribute.
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.
We asked members of our LUMA Community how they’d describe human-centered design in the most concise way possible. Here’s what they said.
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.
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?
We created a new collection of design methods to help combat racism and support diversity, equity, and inclusion. Looking for tangible ways to make a difference? These approaches may help you and your team address these complex challenges.
Through our blog and other mediums, LUMA will collect and share stories about how members of the LUMA Community, both longtime friends and newcomers alike, are making things better all over the world.