Design Thinking for Learning Designers

Februari 17th 2020 – Rotterdam (the Netherlands)

Design Thinking for Learning Designers

Monday, February 17th, 2020
From 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM

Design Thinking. A modern approach to creative problem-solving that’s iterative, collaborative, and experimental. In this masterclass you’ll learn how to apply these principles to learning design. Brought to you by a genuine expert on learner experience design: Connie Malamed from The eLearning Coach.

Investment: €399,00 – €475,00

What are we going to do?

The 21st-century workforce is unique; people have endless options for learning in the ways that best meet their needs. Yet many of the design and development models in L&D are decades old. That’s where design thinking comes in.

Design thinking is a modern approach to creative problem-solving that’s iterative, collaborative, and experimental. And it’s also fun!

Join this workshop to explore an entire design thinking cycle. You will work through every stage of the process, applying and adapting best practices that will work for you and your organization, including user interviews, prototyping, and iterative design. You will see how this unique approach can stimulate ideas for creative, human-centered solutions that fit the modern workplace.

Who is Connie Malamed?

We’re very proud to say that Connie Malamed has agreed to give a masterclass on how to apply design thinking when creating learning experiences.

Connie Malamed is a regular and favourite speaker at international learning events, where she relies on over 20 years of knowledge and experience in e-learning, information design, and visual communication.

Also, she a consultant, she has helped various clients improve performance by creating meaningful learning experiences. She is the author of two books: Visual Design Solutions: Principles and Creative Inspiration for Learning Professionals and Visual Language for Designers. And she’s the publisher of The eLearning Coach website and podcast:

What are you going to learn?

The five phases of design thinking

How to adapt the model to your workplace

Varied brainstorming techniques (even introverts will feel comfortable)

How to create low-fidelity prototypes

 How to test and refine your ideas

Whom is the workshop intended for?

Learning designers, instructional designers, and developers or designers of e-learning.

Monday, February 17th, 2020

From 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM, including lunch and drinks.

HNK, Westblaak 180, Rotterdam (the Netherlands)

EUR 475,– (excl. BTW)

Members of DevelHub, NRTO, NOBTRA, VOV and HAN Opleidingskunde Alumni can purchase a discounted ticket at: EUR 399,– (excl. BTW)

Lunch and course materials are included.

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