An extreme fixation on financial profit yields a poverty of purpose. Meanwhile, a careful pursuit of profit and purpose returns riches beyond measure. We are increasingly challenged to make things better — beyond the measures of financial gain.
A compelling website is the backbone of an organization’s presence online. Your audience needs a cohesive, one-stop-shop location to learn more about what you have to offer them. But how do you know if your website is user-friendly?
We’re thrilled to announce that we’re openly sharing all 36 human-centered design methods in the LUMA System. You can now find an overview of each method, the benefits it can yield, a quick guide for how to use it, and other helpful hints by visiting luma-institute.com/methods.
The practice of design begins by understanding the world around you and then finding opportunities to improve it. In our modern-day “experience economy,” organizations must design with the customer experience in mind in order to stay competitive.
A small team of designers and educators set out on a mission in 2010: develop a single framework of design skills that anyone could learn and apply, regardless of their experience level. This is the story of how the LUMA System came to be.
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.