DRIVING SUSTAINABLE GROWTH AND COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE THROUGH HUMAN-CENTERED DESIGN
 

April 14-17, 2020
Hilton Austin, TX

Mike Roy

Human-Centered Design Instructor & Coach LUMA Institute

As a LUMA Instructor & Coach, Mike works with a fantastic group of instructors, and customer success partners to deliver transformative educational experiences at scale for large enterprises around the world.

Previously, Mike was the Product Manager for LUMA Workplace, LUMA’s acclaimed digital platform (used by design thinkers in 75+ countries around the globe). Mike is passionate about exploring how today’s innovators work, learn, and collaborate in order to help anticipate and define new offerings that support people in their application of Human-Centered Design.

Trained as a Graphic Designer and Illustrator, Mike has spent 15+ years leveraging sketching and storytelling to explore, understand, and define innovative solutions to complex design problems.

Prior to joining LUMA, Mike was a Senior Designer at MAYA Design (recently acquired by Boston Consulting Group), where he led multi-disciplinary design teams focused on solving complex interaction and service design challenges across a range of industries. In addition to client work, Mike also focused his efforts on recruiting, mentoring, and developing junior design talent across the organization.

Mike has a Master's in Design (MDes) degree from IIT’s Institute of Design in Chicago, where he directed his lifelong love for drawing into his Master’s capstone research project focused on developing a better understanding of the role of drawing and sketching within the process of design.

Previous professional experience includes working for Art & Anthropology (A&A) as a Senior Designer where he developed identity systems and communications materials for arts and non-profit organizations and working for Hugh Dubberly at the Dubberly Design Office where he first discovered a love for understanding and communicating complex systems clearly.

Mike has taught in Denver and Chicago at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. In addition to his Master's degree, Mike holds a BFA in Design from the Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design.

 

 

Agenda Day 1

Tuesday, April 16th, 2019

2:00 PM Workshop F: Build competence and confidence in framing a problem correctly, from the start

Learn essential skills and hear stories of impact to help make the power and potential of design thinking accessible to everyone in your organization.
 
In this hands-on session, Tyson and Mike will lead the group through a series of powerful design thinking methods that focus on problem framing. They’ll begin with a quick overview of why design thinking is such a powerful way of working, then focus on the value of identifying the right problem to solve before starting efforts to find a solution. Participants will work individually and in teams to practice four problem framing methods from the LUMA System.
 
Throughout the workshop, Tyson and Mike will offer real-world examples of how these methods have been used to tackle all types of challenges — and have led to powerful impact and meaningful outcomes.
 
The workshop’s goal is to build participants’ confidence and competence in using and sharing these methods back in their own organizations, for direct and immediate impact on challenges large and small.
 

Check out the incredible speaker line-up to see who will be joining Mike.

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