Our trainers are renown practitioners in their industry. And they are happy to share knowledge with you. If you like what you see, feel free to browser their comprehensive course offers, too. That would make them even more happy.
A one-day learning event with practical tools and fresh perspectives exploring how compassion, dignity and play can help us be 'Better Together.'
The field of community design includes practices ranging from participatory design, liberatory design, equity-centered design (see Creative Reaction Lab) and human-centered design. What all of these practices have in common is a focus on how groups of people organize themselves and establish what shared goals and approaches are going to make the most sense.
The design field has no shortage of design meet-ups, workshops, jams and more. These events are all about human connection: Being seen, being heard and seeing and hearing others. This post explores what we can do as changemakers to be more intentional about designing for human connectedness.
Trainers Adam Lawrence and Renatus Hoogenraad share three ideas for activities to make online facilitation rock!
We have specially crafted a course, in collaboration with Pluralsight, for organisational thought leaders to better understand the value that design can bring to your organisations.
Geke van Dijk and Wietze van der Aa talk about the gap between creativity and business logic and how it inspired their upcoming course.
This is Doing is proud to have a like-minded sponsor like Pluralsight for the Doing Design Festival 18 June 2021. This article shares more about how This is Doing alumni might use their skills and knowledge to teach others by authoring for the Pluralsight platform.
What do you do? I help people, usually in large organisations, create value by learning how to deliver better stuff in better ways.
Qin (Pronounced “Chin”) is a big fan of sci-fi and this passion translates to her fascination with technology and the role it plays in society. After Qin obtained a degree in Computer Science and Technology and a Master of Design degree, Qin was awarded the first-ever PhD in Service Design in the UK from the University of Dundee. [Taken from stby.eu]
Meet Jakob, our Head of Design at This is Doing.
Bas is a Co-Founder of STBY.eu and trainer at This is Doing.
Hi, I'm Ann and Head of Faculty for This is Doing.
Geke van Dijk is a Strategy Director at STBY and also a trainer at This is Doing. Get to know Geke a little bit better by reading Gekes answer to our 10-questions.
This is Doing is delighted to announce the next Doing Design Festival to be held June 18, 2021.
In this new series, our aim is to get to know the This is Doing team a little better. We shared 10-questions to all of the team, here's what the wonderful Marc Stickdorn had to say...
In the first two parts of this series, I covered off the thinking behind the spatial considerations and also the hardware pieces that I have used and recommend to people. In this last post of the series, I cover off the main software that I use for online meetings and facilitation.
In the first session, I covered off the layout and spatial design of my office at home.In this session, I will get into a more detailed look at the items that I use on a day to day whilst working as a facilitator and trainer.
Since returning to Ireland in 2018, and forming This is Doing with all the wonderful trainers we have been facilitating fully online. There are many articles out there that outline that you can do this with just a computer and a webcam, and they are not wrong. You definitely can facilitate sessions online with just a computer and a webcam, but this article sets out to outline how to level up your game. How to bring that professional quality into your own home set up and the thinking behind each item.
Watch a short video with our CEO, Gerry Scullion who will talk more about the Doing Design Festival V3 on February 11 2022.
This is Doing is looking for a Marketing and Communications Manager to join our growing team.