About the Webinar

Design can motivate, inspire or influence us. However, many products seem to be designed without consideration for the myriad of needs that are specific for different personality types or genders. In this webinar, we will explore how taking these into account can make your design more inclusive and appealing to end-users.

The webinar is designed in collaboration with High5Girls to provide you with knowledge and insights about:

  • Research, design tools, and approaches to strategically apply design for the development of products and services that fit various personality types and genders.

  • The ways to communicate the importance and value of adopting a more inclusive approach to design, and tools to critically assess your current design approach to identify personality- and gender-inclusive design opportunities.

  • User research for design projects with a focus on gender and personality differences and how they can assist you during the design development phase.

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About the Instructor

Rune Nørager

Human Factors Specialist, CEO of Design Psychology.

Over the past 20 years, Rune has worked on building a bridge between evidence-based psychological theories and UX design tools and process. In his teaching, Rune introduces the design-psychological tools he developed and illustrates their use on a multitude of project cases from his work across various industries.

The webinar is developed in collaboration with High5Girls

High5Girls is an organization focused on attracting young women, between the ages of 13-18, into the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They aspire to teach them how to learn to think like entrepreneurs by exploring needs and discovering solutions in industries as diverse as high tech, business, education and medicine.