This brochure describes the work of Transform/PHARE within nine Francophone countries.
This is a case study about how a private medical practice successfully partnered with the Center for HIV and AIDS Prevention Studies (CHAPS) in South Africa to provide free medical male circumcision (MMC).
This site provides six important tips to ue when prototyping a service. Prototyping is the creation of a model of what a design will look like in order to test its workability. It is such a powerful tool because a team can organize a service around the needs of the end consumer.
This article is about using empathy to improve the designs of programs and materials.
This is a case study of a team that designed an environment and game to help children who need to undergo tests using medical diagnostic machines that seemed frightening to them. The team created an environment that was fun and lighthearted, using human-centered design to do their research.
Prototyping is a process in program design which involves producing an early, inexpensive, and scaled down version of the product or service in order to reveal any problems with the current design. Prototyping offers designers the opportunity to bring their ideas to life, test the practicability of the current design, and to potentially investigate how a sample of users think and feel about a product.
This toolkit is a set of activities and methods that enables groups of people anywhere to organize, collaborate, and create solutions for problems affecting their community.
This is a collection of templates and tools to utilize when conducted human-centered design.
This article describes empathy as the first step in human-centered development. In a general sense, empathy is our ability to see the world through other people's eyes, to see what they see, feel what they feel, and experience things as they do.
This case study covers a project in Kenya to understand the latent motivators, decision-making pathways, and behavioral norms that can be optimized for HIV prevention among female sex workers (FSWs).