Brain-Based Design Thinking Workshop 1/13

Posted December 8th, 2016 at 2:40 pm.

Register now to snag one of the remaining seats for the Brain-Based Design Thinking workshop, held Jan. 13 10am-4pm. Held by instructional designer Edward O’Neill, this workshop will be most beneficial to anyone working on project design, implementation, and management.

Design-thinking is a methodical approach to creative problem-solving that emphasizes listening, information visualization, ideation and iterative project planning. It has achieved almost cult status. This “brain-based” design thinking workshop brings together 80 years of empirical research in cognitive and clinical psychology and behavioral economics to provide insight into how and why design thinking works. In this day-long workshop, real teams will learn and apply design thinking methods by applying them to existing projects.

More information and registration here. If you have any questions about this workshop, please contact


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