The post goes through the What?, So What?, Now What? activity and demonstrates how it can be used for group conference presentations.
We all have direct and indirect relationships that impact our lives. This post shares an activity to help visually map out your social ecosystem.
If you’re considering graduate school, this post offers 6 life design activities to help you decide if it’s for you.
Stakeholder maps help visualize who is impacted by a challenge/project. This post offers 3 stakeholder map templates to help facilitate virtual co-creation.
It’s important to define questions that are both open and focused. This post offers 3 activities to help you ask the right questions about yourself.
This post gives you a background of the 5 Whys activity and examples of how it can be applied to life design.
This post details how I personalized the Love-Play-Work-Health Dashboard for university students.
This post offers an example of a life design activity that helped students translate their past coursework into research project ideas.
This post details how I used a quick life design activity to kick-start meeting student volunteers where they are before the start of a research project.
This post shares how I translated speed dating into a life design activity for initial research ideation.