Join us for this fun and informative 90-minute workshop at WORK!
Shira Babow will break down the buzzword “innovation” and use a methodology from Stanford’s D.School to introduce you to Human-Centered Design (HCD). HCD helps us approach our work with two goals: keeping the end-user as the focus and constantly testing our assumptions. Anyone can use HCD to improve their personal and professional projects.
This workshop is 90 minutes of learning-by-doing, fun, and creativity! No prior skills needed – just bring your curiosity.
Friday, February 8th from 11 AM – 12:30 PM
Free for WORK members, $10 for non-members
Bio: Shira Babow is an international development professional whose work focuses on social innovation and learning. She has served as Co-Director of Collaborate for Social Impact (C4SI), a human-centered design program in Geneva, Switzerland. She has also coached teams of students and young professionals during social hacks, or hackathons for social good. She holds a Masters in Development Studies from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, and has done worked with everyone from 4 year-olds to UN delegates!