This video series is designed to introduce SNAP-Ed Implementing agencies to core design thinking mindsets and methods. Learning objectives include defining design thinking and providing an overview of how and why design thinking might be useful for SNAP-Ed IAs; identifying key assumptions driving your proposed intervention; understanding the design thinking prototyping process including what and how to prototype; and how to collect and analyze data during prototyping to encourage iteration and develop a robust, user-centered intervention. Included are additional resources for further learning including Frequently Asked Questions and suggested sites and reference materials for a deeper dive into Design Thinking/Human-Centered Design. Presenters include Lindsay Guge, Jared Bishop, and Claire Sadeghzadeh.
Food, Fitness and Opportunity Research Collaborative (FFORC)
|Webinar||Part 1: Why Design Thinking||https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YC0zjfWh8wU&t=7s|
|Webinar||Part 2: Identifying Assumptions||https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RMNwySaxr0g|
|Webinar||Part 3: Testing Prototypes||https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xL-2VyiFbMc|
|Webinar||Part 4: Learning from Data||https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fsqqtjyJM3Q|
|Material||Resources for Further Learning||https://snapedtoolkit.org/app/uploads/Design-Thinking-for-SNAP-Ed-Resources-for-Further-Learning.pdf|
|Material||Frequently Asked Questions||https://snapedtoolkit.org/app/uploads/Design-Thinking-for-SNAP-Ed-FAQs.pdf|