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Visual Thinking for Human-Centred Design – July 2022

Thanks for your interest in visual thinking!


Superpowers offered 💪🏼

This class will run from July 2nd to July 23rd, 2022. Over this period, you’ll gain the tools needed to become a skilled visual thinker. You’ll become a more creative designer who can communicate and solve problems with sketching and other visual thinking techniques.

First 7 days guarantee 💵

If you change your mind for any reason, you can refund your purchase anytime until 7 days after the course start date, no questions asked.

Social learning experience 🐵

This isn’t just an online course. It’s a social learning experience, where you’ll get to learn by seeing the work of your peers. At scheduled times, we’ll sync up and do exercises together. If you can’t make one or more sessions, you can still learn alongside us via our shared class space.

Industry experts 👩🏻‍🎨

The content includes contributions from myself, as well as seasoned practitioners including:

  • Jodie Moule, author of Killer UX Design
  • Mike Rohde, author of The Sketchnote Handbook
  • Brian Kuzmanoski, software design lead
  • Ethan Fisher, product design lead
  • Harriet McDougall, associate director at MAKE Studios
  • Josh Smith, studio XD lead
  • Will Farrier, service design lead

Lifetime access 🗝

Upon completing the course, you’ll have continued access to the following thereafter:

  • Visual People community on Slack
  • All lesson videos
  • All visual summaries of lessons
  • Bonus content

TOPICS 💭

Week 1 – Getting started & core skills

  • Why visual thinking?
  • Getting comfortable with drawing
  • How to draw: A tutorial
  • Visual representations of ideas
  • Visual communication and storyboarding
  • Mapping and map design
  • Visual metaphor and storytelling

Week 2 – Applications in design

  • Capstone project: Applying your newfound powers
  • Visual thinking in design research
  • Visual thinking in user experience design
  • Visual thinking in service design
  • Visual thinking for collaboration

Week 3 – Advanced visual thinking and practice

  • From sketches to illustrations
  • Creativity and forming new ideas
  • Sketchnoting and practice
  • Community of practice

Time investment 🕒

A weekly investment of 3 to 4 hours is needed to fully participate.

This course runs over three weeks. You can join as many live sessions as you’re able to, and complete the rest of the lessons at your own pace. Here’s the lesson schedule:

Stream A: America evenings and Asia Pacific mornings.

Stream B: Europe mornings and Asia Pacific evenings.

In Week 2, you’ll be asked to complete a capstone project where you’ll apply visual thinking to your own work. In order to fulfil the requirements for a course certificate, you’ll need to submit this project on time and provide feedback to three peers.

Terms and conditions 📄

This website’s terms and privacy policy apply. Please be reminded that the course content is copyrighted; don’t copy or share anything without permission.

Special pricing: Please note the offer on this page has been discounted, and is only available to individuals who are paying out‑of‑pocket for their own training.

Questions?

Above all, I want to make sure you get the most out of this experience. If you have any questions, feel free to ping me via [email protected].

 

Thanks and hope to see you soon! 😊
Justin Cheong, Founder and Instructor