Experience-centered design education goes beyond making great-looking design. It involves developing the whole person—a designer who speaks the language of holistic experiences. These designers can research and ask important questions like:
What’s really going on here?
What is the root cause of the problem?
How can my design best match peoples’ needs and preferences?
As a design educator, I’m always seeking ways I can develop learning experiences that will develop the knowledge, thinking, and skills necessary to create outcomes that consider the person’s whole experience.