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      User-Centred Design for the Physical and Workplace Environments in Melbourne


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      July 16, 2019

      Tuesday   9:00 AM

      186 Exhibition Street
      Melbourne, Victoria 3000

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      User-Centred Design for the Physical and Workplace Environments

      “People ignore design that ignores people”    People thrive in environments that are designed to be in tune with their needs - called user-centred design. Productivity and safety are optimised. Motivation is high. Human performance pivots towards success. This two-day course introduces attendees to two areas where user-centred design is becoming essential for increasing productivity and improving safety. #1 Designing the physical environment The design of our physical workplaces, shared spaces, and infrastructure requires a dedicated focus to ensure productivity, efficiency, experience and safety. We examine how you can practically apply Human Factors principles to optimise the design of the physical environment. #2 Designing the working environment In workplaces, user-centred design can positively influence employee motivation, experience and performance, and improve customer experiences. We examine how you can apply Human Factors and user-centred design methods to diagnose workplace issues, design more engaging processes and systems, and implement initiatives more effectively. Tools to take away We have developed a set of simple tools that attendees can take-away and apply on any project or workplace. These include: Free access to our online user-impact assessment tool, Easy-U Toolkit to help assess user needs Toolkit to diagnose causes to organisational issues and uncover improvement opportunities Toolkit to understand and prevent human error This course is ideal for: Technical & engineering leaders Workplace design practitioners Designers Project Managers Safety professionals UX & CX specialists  This course will: Strengthen your insights into user behaviour, perception and experience. Hone your skills in assessing how an environment influences behaviour. Enable you to visualise complex problems using systems thinking. Enhance the thinking you use to predict user impacts.   Facilitators Organisational Psychologists Dr Nicholas Duck and Conor O’Brien have many years of experience in applying user centred design approaches to major infrastructure projects and within workplaces across private and public organisations. Catering This event is fully catered.  Venue & Other Details Further details will be emailed you upon registration.

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