As experience designers, we’ve inherited some of our language from the early days of software design. How might we adjust our mindset to humanize the design process to not only better serve the people we design for but ourselves?
The Community Council for the Homeless at Friendship Place manages a unique transitional shelter for homeless men actively seeking employment. The basement of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church has been converted to a multi-room apartment for eight residents who have 24-hour access to all amenities, making this an important step on their path to independent living. On-site employment specialists help with resume-writing and other job-seeking skills and residents use the computer lab to keep tabs on emails from potential employers. Once they’ve saved enough money, housing specialists help them secure apartments of their own. The unique partnership among Friendship Place, St. [More]
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Putting Lessons with Derek Hooper – Congratulations on completing the Better Putting Blueprint series. Over the past 9 lessons you have learned the pre-swing and in-swing skills required to be a great putter. You have also learned the practice skills you will need to reinforce those skills and improve them over time. Over the past lessons we also covered the ways you will need to structure your practice, using both blocked and random practice drills to ensure your skills transfer from the practice putting green to the golf course. It is important to remember that just because you have learned [More]
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In most elementary school classrooms, there is a time for play and a time for learning. But research by Ivon Arroyo, associate professor of social science and policy studies and learning sciences and technologies at Worcester Polytechnic institute (WPI), shows that games can be a powerful tool for enhancing learning in mathematics. In her research, Arroyo, a computer scientist whose work embraces cognitive and educational psychology, has demonstrated that embodied games, which require students to move and gesture as they solve puzzles or tackle team-based math puzzles, can help students absorb and retain concepts better than more traditional classroom lessons. [More]
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