The 18F Method Cards are a collection of tools that describe how teams put human-centered design into practice. They are accompanied by simplified instructions to help organizations and government offices adopt human-centered design into their own projects.
This video explains the theory of co-design, which involves including the audience for which a program is intended in the design of that program.
This brief video explains four elements of design that work together in human-centered design: Intent, Experience, Expertise, and Design. The speaker explains how these elements work together for results on program design.
This short video describes a process whereby learning from an audience can help one design a better behavior change effort.
The SBC Program Monitoring course will provide learners with a foundation in monitoring for any type of programmatic intervention. The course is comprehensive learning suite that includes a collection of resources to assist program staff to monitor their SBC programs by drawing upon proven tools and case studies.
This is a step-by-step guide to ntroduce new learners to human-centered design (HCD). Building on the moderate to deep experience with HCD and workshop facilitation, the user will learn to plan and lead a one-day, hands-on introductory workshop for 5 to 20 people who have little to no knowledge of HCD.