Human/User Centered Design
A Glossary of User Centered Design Strategies
Stanford Design Thinking Top Resources
Top IDEO Design Thinking Resources
A Curated List of the Best Analogue and Digital Toolboxes and Methods
Using Collaborative Abilities in Google Docs as a Tool for Remote Research
Behavior Change Design Sprints
When and How to Create Journey Maps
Top Software Tools for Design Thinking
User-Centered Design for Psychosocial Intervention Development and Implementation
Human-Centered Design to Improve Implementation of Evidence-Based Psychotherapies in Low-Resource Communities
Usability Evaluation for Evidence-Based Psychosocial Interventions (USE-EBPI): A Methodology for Assessing Complex Intervention Implementability
With this living document you can find a variety of resources to explore practical ways to understand, explain, and solve seemingly intractable problems of racial inequity, white supremacy, police violence, and injustice.
Ways You Can Help
This site provides ideas for how to help ensure that the message and efforts don’t stop once they are no longer “trending” on Twitter. Sign petitions, Sign up to vote or bring awareness through twitter hashtags for BLM through these resources.
Talking About Race and Racism
Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History & Culture provide tools and guidance for talking about race & racism in a variety of contexts.
Confronting Racism in Communities – Racial Equity Tools
This is an Australian resource modeling how we can confront racism in communities with guidelines for Anti-Racism training workshops.
Science’s Role in Reducing US Racial Tensions
This article published was published in 2017 in AAAS’ Issues in Science and Technology. It brings up important points of how we can use science and scientific expertise to quell racial tensions.
The Social Determinants Of Death
This article dives into health care and health policy and how it plays a role in the daily premature death and disability of people of color.
The National SEED Program
Looking for ways to start conversations and change toward social justice in schools, communities, and organizations? SEED (Seeking Educational Equity and Diversity) equips participants to connect their lives to one another and to society at large by acknowledging systems of power, oppression, and privilege.