Paradigm Shift | Neurodiversity, Innovation, and Design in UX


In today's rapidly evolving digital landscape, designing user experiences (UX) that are inclusive and responsive to the diverse needs of all users is paramount. This session explores the profound impact of neurodiversity on the world of user experience design and how embracing neurodiversity can be a powerful catalyst for innovation. This course delves into the synergistic relationship between neurodiversity, innovation, and design, and how it will shape the future of UX design.

After opting in this session, you will be able to:

  1. Understand Neurodiversity

  2. The Power of Neurodiversity in Innovation

  3. Inclusive Design Principles

  4. The Role of Neurodiversity in UX Design

  5. User-Centered Design Methodologies

  6. Tools and Technologies for Inclusive UX

  7. Shaping the Future of UX Design

  8. Project-Based Learning | #LearnByDoing

  9. Engage in hands-on design projects that apply the principles and insights gained throughout the course.

  10. Collaborate with diverse teams, including neurodivergent individuals, to create inclusive UX solutions.

This course emphasizes the significance of neurodiversity, innovation, and inclusive design as transformative forces in the field of UX.

As we move towards a future where technology is an integral part of our lives, understanding and integrating neurodiversity in design processes will not only ensure that no one is left behind but also foster a culture of creativity and innovation.

Who is this for?

  • Design and Innovation Professionals
  • Educators, Researchers & Students
  • Business Leaders and Entrepreneurs
  • HR and Diversity and Inclusion Professionals
  • Healthcare and Therapeutic Professionals
  • Advocacy and Support Groups
  • Anyone Interested in Inclusivity

Join us to explore how neurodiversity, innovation, and design will shape the future of UX, making it more accessible, equitable, and exciting for all.

Welcome aboard!

Reading Appetizer for you :)

📚 Fundamentally speaking, what is neurodiversity & why should you care? 1/n


Kat Usop, MSHI



Date & Time

Nov. 21, 2023, 6 p.m. - Nov. 21, 2023, 9 p.m.



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