HCD informs how A360 designs and collaborates with and for adolescent girls.
A360's HCD approach to designing youth-resonant reproductive health models offers a framework for HIV prevention programs to learn from.
A360's annual retreat delivered the team a visual framework to digest the process of change.
HCD Exchange reinforced the value Human Centered Design has brought to the AYSRH community.
Science is shedding light into how—and where—we can invest in the future of adolescent health.
Courtney Helfrecht, Anthropologist for Adolescents 360, shares how A360 included an anthropological lens to its interdisciplinary approach.
Ahna Suleiman, Coordinating Director for the Center on Adolescent Development, takes a look at how the A360 team integrates the developmental science of adolescence.
Adolescent girls everywhere have a lot going on in their lives. The possibility of getting pregnant is just one of them, but it’s one that could change their lives dramatically. And yet there are many girls who aren’t using contraceptives. A360 seeks to revolutionize the way that adolescent girls access contraceptives.
In Part 2 of "Things that make you go 'hmmm...'", Manya Dotson (A360 Director) shares how A360's formative research was different from traditional public health research, in line with human-centered design methodology, and a quest for insights and inspiration.
A search for inspiration and insights was the first leg of Adolescent 360's journey. Over the next few weeks Manya Dotson (A360 Director) will be sharing some reflections about that journey and what we learned along the way. Before we dive in, let’s start with the basics: what exactly is an insight?