Human-centred Design—The Ultimate Kit
Create learning that connects with humans and makes a difference in the real world.
Our ultimate human-centred design learning experience enables you to adopt and apply the approach to your own projects.
This self-paced learning experience takes the HCD Playbook and online course to the next level through a blended learning approach where we coach you through a project you are working on.
Thanks for creating this practical program. It has provided a great overview of the HCD process. Look forward to using the tools provided in the Playbook.
Thanks for creating this practical program. It has provided a great overview of the HCD process. Look forward to using the tools provided in the Playbook.Read Less
Thank you friends for sharing some of your insights into a learner-oriented approach to instructional design.
Thank you friends for sharing some of your insights into a learner-oriented approach to instructional design.Read Less
“Love getting practical info that just makes the light bulb in my head light up!”Ashanti
“I can’t even begin to explain the value that HCD has added to me! I would not be where I am as an instructional designer without it! 🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼”Hannah
“Well organized, delivered session. Loved it. Thank you.”Chris
“Simple, easy to follow and all in one place. So excited to apply this! 🤩”Victoria
“Amazing presentation and great tips we can apply today!”Antoinette
Ready to invest in your projects, your learners, your stakeholders and most importantly, yourself? You will not regret your professional development commitment to yourself.
Instructional designers and learning and development practitioners (working solo or as a team) who want to:
This is the ultimate blended human-centred design learning experience that includes:
1. A self-paced online Human-centred Design Course for Instructional Designers and Learning and Development Practitioners featuring:
Insights from our studio, our clients and others in the world successfully using the human-centred design approach.
The human-centred design approach that we use so that you can apply it to your projects.
Videos of our team running activities so you are better prepared for running them yourself.
A case study to show you how human-centred design looks in our instructional design and eLearning world.
Practical opportunities for you to complete this course as if you were being coached through your own project.
Podcast conversations of our team discussing human-centred design and how it can be applied practically.
Links to tools and resources to support you in using human-centred design for your projects.
2. A Human-centred Design Playbook for Instructional Designers and Learning and Development Practitioners, featuring templates and resources that enable you to apply the approach to your projects in a practical way.
3. 2 x hours of personal coaching that provides you with one-on-one support from one of our human-centred design practitioners. This is an incredible opportunity to learn how to apply the approach to your context and ask customised questions.
4. 4 x 2 hour accountability coaching sessions that provide an invaluable opportunity to ask questions relevant to your project.
This course has been designed by the founder of Belvista Studios, Kim Tuohy, in partnership with Hannah Grennan, a learning experience designer in the Belvista Studios team (with a background in Psychology, as well as an interest in humans and how we design for them).
Kim and Hannah have a strong interest in Human-centred Design and have been researching the approach, presented to others in the industry on how to apply it and ultimately have incorporated it into the processes that they use for projects at Belvista Studios.
Both Kim and Hannah are inspired to share their knowledge and experience of using Human-centred Design and feel confident that it will add value to others in the industry.
The more HCD steps that you take in the process, the better the results. We understand that project scopes vary and that you may not have the resources to adopt the complete HCD process. That is okay. Incorporating at least some form of HCD into your project process will still contribute to improved results.
That is okay. Activities can be based on assumptions and research, allowing you to empathise to a certain extent without jumping in and designing something for them without considering them at all. At the very least, we recommend that you create a persona.
There is so much available on the internet. Look for YouTube videos, articles, models and podcasts with a simple Google of, “How to apply human-centred design”.
We have not come across any yet.
If you have more than one type of user, that is okay. You can complete the HCD processes/tools for each type of user and consider them in how you design your solution.