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Michele Ronsen is the founder of Curiosity Tank, a leading user research consultancy and educational institution, helping individuals and organizations learn how to ask better questions, conduct research, and make better decisions around the world.
Thank you for listening to this Ask Like a Designer episode of the Design Thinking 101 Podcast.
This episode is about what to do when you need to solve like a designer FAST.
Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg is the author of What’s Your Problem and coauthor of Innovation as Usual. We talk about problem reframing, developing innovation skills, and the power of thinking deeply about problems.
Josina Vink is a designer and researcher based out of Oslo. They’re often working in the spaces of health and care, and focusing on shaping social structures. We talk about systemic service design, design labs in healthcare, and the potential of critical approaches to design practice.
Jennifer Rittner is a design educator and writer. We talk about design, education, ethics, social justice, system design, and design joy.
Austin Govella is an experience design director at Avanade Digital Studio and author of Collaborative Product Design
Dennis Lenard is the CEO at Creative Navy. We talk about user experience, navigating rough design waters, and design leadership.
Rachael Dietkus is a clinical social worker and certified trauma professional dedicated to trauma-responsive practices in design. We talk about trauma-informed design, social work, and why design teams need a social worker.
Glennette Clark is a UX researcher and an entrepreneur. We talk about UX research, research teams, and UX Camp DC.
This episode is about the tremendous power in three little words and a superpower for people who want to think and solve like a designer: listening.