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Icebreakers and energisers

Use these warm up activities to help workshop participants be pumped and present. Use them any time to build connection, focus and rapport. A must for any facilitator.

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How to use listening channels

Are you more of a tune out or tune in type? As human beings, we listen from different channels. Use this tool to increase your awareness and practice of advanced listening skills.

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Create your own 'How might we...' question

The quintessential human-centred design question is "How might that...?" Use this template to ideate and iterate your own HMW questions!

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Your resources

Tools and frameworks

Download tools, templates and exercises to assist you on your HCD journey.

We'll be adding more all the time, so come on back and keep exploring.

Project case studies

There's nothing more powerful than a real life example. It's where realtime learning lives.

Understand how Huddle approaches and solves complex problems with our clients.


We host webinars on HCD often.

Get in touch to find out when our next one is, or suggest a topic that you want to learn more about!

Tools and frameworks

Mindful reflection

Structured reflection allows for continuous learning and improvement of our decisions, actions and practices. It helps catch problems early so we can adjust accordingly. Similar to the agile method: small, consistent changes lead to better results.


Listening channels

Are you more of a tune out or tune in type? Do you listen intently or are you just waiting to speak? As human beings, we listen from different channels, even if we don't know it. Use this tool to increase your awareness and practice of advanced 
listening skills. 


Empathy map

An empathy map is a helpful tool to use when wanting to gain a snapshot of a person's or group's perception of what they are experiencing relative to a topic or situation. It provides rich baseline data to spark curiosity and explore further in design research. 


How might we...

The quintessential human-centred design question is "How might that...?" It's a way to transform needs and insights into the basis for creating meaningful solutions. Use this template to ideate and iterate your own "How might we" (HMW) questions. 


Project case study


Mapping the aged care journey to better support customers and families through the final stages of life with Arcare

Arcare sought to understand and improve the experience for customers and their families entering and exiting aged care. We set out to understand what the current experience of aged care at Arcare is like, so that Arcare could make decisions and changes grounded in knowing what will meet people's needs.

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Upcoming webinars


Previous webinars


The Story of Design

Tuesday August 27, 12pm

Do you sometimes find yourself explaining design and the benefits of exploring a problem deeply rather than being seduced by a solution, only to be met by blank faces or urgent requests for immediate answers?

Are you looking to move the conversation from “I get it, but now isn’t the right time” to evoking trust in your leaders and autonomy of your creative freedom?

The way in which you craft, pitch and speak about design can successfully communicate to, support and grow confidence in those not as familiar to design.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • How to communicate design in a way that builds trust and confidence for people in non-design backgrounds
  • How to deliver a strong pitch and presentation
  • How to facilitate buy-in by reading the room, mindsets and holding space

From communicating the first steps of your ideas to facilitating buy-in, articulating your design story is vital to contribute to the success of your project and bringing people on the journey with you. If not, the resistance to change far outweighs your efforts.

Missed this webinar? Contact us for access to the recording. 

Unlocking Synthesis—The top 3 tips

Thursday July 4, 2019

Are you getting the most out of your research? In our next webinar, Cam will explore synthesis stage of design research. He will explain:

  • The difference between analysis and synthesis

  • What are insights?

  • How to lead people effectively through synthesis

If you feel like you're sometimes facing the pit of despair during your projects, this webinar will help support and guide you in your synthesis to find that AHA! moment.

Missed this webinar? Contact us for access to the recording. 

Huddle Thinking Framework—A different way to plan

People think and speak about the same things in different ways — some are action focused, others are all about the big picture. 
When preparing to launch a project, there can often be conflicting desires between these personality types, causing tension and misunderstanding from the outset. A tug of war begins.
This webinar focused on the Huddle Thinking Framework, a conceptual planning tool that aligns with all personality types. It is used to gain traction through shared outcomes and approaches that support your project plans.

Curious? Contact us to find out more about this topic.


"The tools I learnt will help our business in breaking down our business problems. I enjoyed how practical it was—I could see how I can apply these techniques to real-case scenarios."

Project Analyst
Insurance industry

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