What will I learn?

Overview

Innovations in Inclusive Design

When it comes to technology, research shows that men, women and gender-fluid people go about things in different ways. This class explores how an appreciation of human-centered design, integrated with gender and intersectionality, can result in better design products, product design processes and user experiences for all. We will be combining concepts and methods from gendered innovations research with the design thinking process to develop a gender inclusive design toolkit for tech. You will work in interdisciplinary teams with project partners from tech companies on design challenges, as well as engage in group discussions with experts from industry and academia.

Learn With

Teaching Team

Londa Schiebinger
Professor of History of Science and Director, Gendered Innovations in Science, Health & Medicine, Engineering, and Environment

Ann Grimes
Professor of the Practice, Dept. of Communication, Affiliated Faculty, GSB
Associate Director, Brown Institute for Media Innovation (Engineering), Clayman Institute for Gender Research

Dr. Hannah Jones
Design Researcher and d.school Teaching Fellow (2015-2016)

 

Contact Us

Questions?

Email Ann Grimes (agrimes@stanford.edu)

Details

  • Spring 2019

  • HISTORY/FEMGEN 244F/344F

  • M, 1:30-4:20p

  • 4-5 units

  • Letter Grade

  • Studio 2

Apply

Apply by Friday, March 8th.

Applications are closed.

Accepting 25-30 Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students, Fellows and Post-docs.