MP4 | Video: AVC 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 48KHz 2ch | Duration: 1H 35M | 1.18 GB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English
Human-Centered Design (or HCD) is an approach to interactive problem-solving and solution-development that focuses on helping people identify and solve their own problems, rather than having solutions imposed upon them. Aspects of HCD include group brainstorming, creative problem solving, modeling and prototyping, and immersion (involvement of the entire group in the solution of a problem). Organizations like IDEO.org are using HCD to create practical solutions to the problems and needs of developing countries throughout the world.
This talk will explore the application of HCD principles to the work of Data Management, including data modeling, database design and development, Business Intelligence and applied analytics. Topics for discussion will include:
The Seven Core Mindsets of HCD, and how they apply to Data work
The Process of HCD (Inspiration, Ideation and Implementation)
Tools and Methods for Individual and Group Problem-Solving
The process of Iterative Prototyping
This session will include group brainstorming and problem-solving exercises, as participants will use HCD techniques to solve real-world data problems.