With 10-year experience in education in museums, Ayah Younis employs innovative tools and play methods to design learning experiences for children and adults. Ayah shared with me her work using human-centered design to create meaningful experiences in museums as well as in the health centers in Jordan and the region. She emphasized the power of play in reducing boundaries and creating a safe environment. Ayah also highlighted the value of iteration and rapid prototyping in helping create impactful solutions reminding us that human-centered design is a mindset that we need to fully embrace. Last, she invited designers working in international development like her to build relationships and dialogue with all stakeholders.
Full Professor at Nova SBE and the ERA Chair in Social InnovationWebsite
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