Tag: user-centered design

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Talking RapidPro at New York University with World Food Programme

By Pilar Lagos “How many of you have cellphones?” asked RapidPro Global Product Manager, Kidus Asfaw, to a group of Master of Public Health students at New York University’s College of Global Public Health and World Food Programme (WFP) Programme Directors from 11 countries, including Syria, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Honduras, Peru, Sudan, Guatemala, Ghana […]

9 Innovators to Watch: Panthea Lee

This week we are proud to introduce you to Panthea Lee who is part of our 9 to Watch series – a set of interviews that highlights 9 incredible innovators from around the world. Panthea cares a lot about what people think. When she co-founded Reboot just three years ago, Panthea was imagining […]

Emergency Kit for Adolescents

As Indonesia is one of the most disaster prone countries in the world, it is critical to ensure that the community is well prepared for disasters, and that the response mechanisms are quick, effective and organized. To meet this objective, UNICEF Indonesia believes it is important to involve adolescents and […]

Yes; It’s a good idea to get tested

Yes; It’s a good idea to get tested

Innovative demand creation for HIV testing and counseling using mobile phone SMS among young people in Lusaka and Chongwe districts through “Zambia UReport”  Apparently, trying to convince a young person in Zambia to voluntarily go and get tested for HIV can sometimes be a mathematical and/or scientific endeavor. That is […]

Partnering with Children in Design (Part 1 of 2)

We’ve been creating a digital storytelling module for young people affected by conflicts. Over the past few months, we’ve gone through a few rounds of drafting and editing, and have a prototype ready (thanks to our instructional design volunteers and our collaborators from SMEX). Holding dear to our hearts the design […]