This 2.5-hour workshop by U.K.-based applied improv coach Belina Raffy. Applied improv is the application of concepts, ideas, and techniques from the world of improvisation into non-theatrical fields e.g. business, consulting, facilitating, etc.
Conducted by Hazel Ho and Kim Tan from the Improv Company, “Improv 101: Learning to Play” consists of 5 weekly 3-hour classes, covering the basics of improv theatre, getting right into the creative process with fellow improvisers / partners, engage audience and building an entire story / environment from nothing.
Facilitators help to fill an impartial role in enabling group become more effective and achieve positive outcomes. It’s an important and often underappreciated skill for UX designers to gain. Conducted by Ng Choon Seng, an IAF Certified Professional Facilitator, this workshop equipped participants with understanding, hands-on skills, tools and method to become an effective process facilitator.