Analogies help us explain things by drawing comparisons between the familiar and the unfamiliar. Explore analogies that help explain the LUMA System.
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!
One of the main tenets of human-centered design is collaboration. Co-design deepens our empathy for others, increases our understanding of the challenges people face, and enables stakeholders to create solutions that truly meet their needs.
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.
They aren’t just a cliché background element to office life — they’re elegant devices waiting for you to use them to their fullest potential.
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.
LUMA Workplace® features an interactive tool that can help you plan your human-centered design work session, down to the smallest details. Session Planner will guide you through designing, preparing for, and facilitating effective sessions that people love.
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.