Designing for Change with the Knoster Model: UX Edition

Designing for Change with the Knoster Model


If you’ve experienced push-back from internal stakeholders, or less-than-desired adoption rates from end-users, you’ve run into a change management issue. And it can be difficult to know how to handle those situations.


Product managers and designers have the responsibility and opportunity to plan for, design for, and communicate that change.


On Tuesday, March 9 , at 1:30 p.m. ET  we were joined by Mike Donahue,  Senior UX Designer.  Mike covered a lot of great information on the proven framework that can be used to plan, design, and communicate change with internal stakeholders, and the importance of change management to the design discovery and execution phases.


Want to watch some of the tips Mike provided on spotting the weak links in your design strategy and communications, or the tools he shared for applying the Knoster Method to your team?


Knoster Change Model Canvas


Watch the webinar here:




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