This virtual workshop explores the concept of storyboarding and its application within public health, specifically in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Storyboarding is a design technique that visually depicts a series of actions. Storyboarding can be used to quickly and easily communicate information about serious public health issues and break down complex ideas.
About the Presenter
Michaeline Anglemire served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Mozambique. She is currently a graduate assistant in Design Thinking for Social Impact at the Phyllis M. Taylor Center at Tulane University.
- She is in her first year of her Master of Public Health Nutrition at Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine.
- Michaeline has a bachelor’s degree in Dietetics from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
About the Workshop
About the Series
Design Thinking (DT) Gumbo is a series of one-hour workshops on a variety of methods that can be used in design research. Each workshop will introduce a method, share examples of its use in other settings, and include space for participants to practice the method together.
- Think of these methods as ingredients to make your design thinking work much more rich and flavorful. Try out the different ingredients and see which ones appeal the most to your palate.
- This semester all of our method workshops will focus on understanding people’s experience of the coronavirus pandemic.
- DT Gumbo is a project of the design thinking program of the Phyllis M. Taylor Center for Social Innovation and Design Thinking at Tulane University.
- All workshops are co-facilitated by Dr. Lesley-Ann Noel and a Taylor Center Design Thinking Graduate Assistant.