Human-Centered Design for Nonprofits: Part 2, In Person
In our first session with Regina Nippert on March 28th, we learned the fundamentals of Human-Centered Design and how to use it to address our most pressing programming and project-related issues. Understanding the importance of centering the Humans that we serve as we design our programming is key to the success of those programs and of our collective efforts to positively impact our community.
Now that we have the basics, Regina will be joining us in person for Part 2 of our work together. She’ll walk us through the implementation of the Human-Centered designs we started in Part 1 and show us how to put them into action that drives results!
Join us for this practical, half-day intensive with Regina Nippert, Founder of Human Systems and Strategies Design in Dallas, Texas. We’ll be rolling up our sleeves and working together to support each other in turning our program challenges into program action that’s tailored to and resonates with the people we serve.
We’ll gather in The Rehearsal Hall at the Shane Lalani Center for the Arts on April 27th at 12:00 pm. We’ll dive right into our work as we share the complimentary lunch, some great conversation, and our design ideas. By the time we’re done at 4:00, we'll have strategies in place for putting our plans into action using the Human-Centered design principles we learned in Part 1 and brought to life in Part 2.
At 4:00 pm we’ll call it a wrap and celebrate our accomplishments together at the PCCF Nonprofit Social Hour. Travel just a few feet from the Rehearsal Hall to the Verandah at the Shane Center (can’t beat that commute from workshop to networking!) to enjoy some downtime with our nonprofit colleagues and appreciate the opportunity to do some good together!
If you couldn’t attend Part 1, please join us for Part 2 anyway – we’ll post recordings and any materials from Part 1 on the PCCF website so you can catch up and join us in April for Part 2 and the Nonprofit Social Hour.