Note: This session is only for CARES program participants.  You must be an active CARES program participant and be signed into our website to RSVP.

Welcome CARES program members!

In this sixth session, we'll continue the design thinking process approach to identifying problems related to PPE and issues brought to light during the pandemic.

Typically, Design Thinking workshops last all day, so we're breaking it up over two sessions (Monday and Wednesday) to give enough time.  Even with the two day approach, the session may run a bit long, so I am budgeting 3 hours for each.

If at all possible, please attend using a computer or tablet as opposed to a phone.  We'll be doing some digital-brainstorming activities that involve a digital-whiteboard, and doing this on a phone might be difficult.

Since this workshop is very hands-on, viewing a recording after the fact wont do much good, so please be sure to attend.

This workshop is spread out over two sessions, and the prototyping process will be ongoing post-workshop (through the rest of the program), please remain consistent with which session (morning vs evening) you attend from here on out.

Because this program has the benefit of continuing for the next few weeks, the prototyping phase of the design thinking process will be extended beyond the confines of this session.  What you start here you'll continue working on, refining, and prototyping throughout the rest of the sessions.  

We'll be running this event twice, once in the morning (10am) and a second session in the evening (6pm) so feel free to attend whichever event fits your schedule better.

We hope to see you there, and as always if you have any questions, feel free to reach out to me (Nile, you've got my email) or [email protected].

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