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Training: Human-Centered Design II

June 23 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

This is the second of two workshops on human-centered design – this part focuses on ideation, prototyping and testing.

Led by Meghan Hellstern, this session is intended for public servants at all levels who are interested in diving deeper into a critical set of practices under the human-centered design and design thinking umbrella: ideation, prototyping and testing.

This course is built for participants with some basic knowledge of human-centered design as it will expose participants to more advanced practices that can help reduce risk, increase stakeholder engagement and enable more responsive, effective delivery across teams and organizations.

Participants will walk away with a clearer understanding of the tools and techniques involved in ideation, prototyping and testing, as well as having had an opportunity to practice some of the most common tools and techniques through hands-on exercises.

➡️ Government members can register here.

This Training will be taking place over Zoom – the meeting info will be sent via email prior to the session. Please note that this session may be recorded.

If you have any questions, please contact jason@codefor.ca.


Meghan Hellstern is dedicated to reimagining the relationship between organizations and the communities with which they work through the lens of collaboration, design and technology. Before joining the Brookfield Institute for Innovation + Entrepreneurship’s Policy Innovation Platform team, she worked as a design strategist with the City of Toronto’s Civic Innovation Office, part of the global Bloomberg Cities iteams network. As a specialist in digital strategy, communications and human-centered design, Meghan has 10 years of experience helping organizations better understand, serve and collaborate with their stakeholders.

In addition to co-founding Civic Tech Toronto and leading Canada’s first Civic Design Camp in Toronto, her professional experience includes working in a variety of roles with organizations like Code for Canada, Veterans Affairs Canada, MaRS Solutions Lab, Ryerson University’s Brookfield Institute for Innovation + Entrepreneurship and Samara Canada.

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Date:
June 23
Time:
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
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Website:
https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/training-human-centered-design-ii-registration-96752658807

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Zoom

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Civic Hall Toronto