This unit provides a historical introduction to both of these concepts, with a particular focus on exploring how to approach problems by by taking a user-centred approach, as well as using these perspectives in designing humanities and heritage content for social justice. It will be split into the following lessons:
1.1.1 What is Design Thinking?
1.1.2 Thinking Out of the Box
1.1.3 User-Centred Design
1.1.4 What is Maker Culture?
1.1.5 Making in the Humanities for Social Justice
1.1.6 New Knowledge Production and Social Justice
1.1.7 Jennifer Roberts-Smith: Humanities for Social Justice
1.1.8 Why combine these approaches?
1.1.9 Design Method Toolkits