Training on Human Centered Design

Empower your teams and organization with innovative learning experiences in Human-Centered Design

What is it for?

Upskill the teams with knowledge and expertise around Human Centered Design, to create meaningful and innovative products and services

  • Create a safe environment that encourages learning and experimentation
  • Engage participants in “learn by doing” experiences
  • Draw inspiration from best practices in the design space
  • Engage in experiences both online and offline

Learn and experiment practical tools to apply to team’s project

  • Collaborate on a shared challenge to improve a specific service experience
  • Participate in follow-up sessions designed to support community sharing and discussion of challenges in embracing and implementing Human-Centered Design methodologies within the organization

Start the transformation towards a Human-Centered organization 

  • Identify high potential ambassadors
  • Address your organization’s complexity and empower key stakeholders within your teams to deliver innovative and meaningful experiences 

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An experiential Learning Experience to equip teams with skills and knowledge around Human Centered Design

Food For the Hungry

The regional team of Food for the Hungry in Dominican Republic participated in a 10 days in-person training to learn the Human Centered Design methodology.

After learning the key principles through an interactive learning experience, the team participated in a practical session to apply their knowledge to improving a program for entrepreneurs in the suburban areas of Santo Domingo.

How we can work together?

Share your challenge

During a 30 minute discovery (video) call we will discuss the project, business requirements, customer/beneficiaries needs and next steps.

I will design the right strategy to approach it

  • I will create a proposal that will include:
    • The project approach;
    • Timeline;
    • Key Commitments (workshops with key stakeholders, users, others);
    • Way of working;
    • Deliverables.

Agreement and kick-off

  • Once the proposal is accepted we can start the project straight away.

Marcos Romero – Head of Service Design, Design Studio Latinoamérica Sur at EY

“I worked together with Piera on the most challenging and rewarding project of my career.
It was so to a large extent thanks to her. The enthusiasm she displayed to propose a number of different approaches and ideas I had never explored, as well as her energy to carry them out were a constant and positive surprise.”