Designing with People: Putting people at the heart of the design process

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This website provides a broad-ranging and in depth resource for learning about design principles and methods, particularly focused on designing for and with people.

The website examines all aspects of design in a variety contexts and sectors, and many of the methods are directly relevant to healthcare design for patient safety. The resources include a large range of design methods and specific case studies on how they can be used, including examples relating to patient safety such as redesigning resuscitation trolleys and designing out medical error. There are also examples of people who represent different capabilities that should be taken into account, such as when designing new services for patients.

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