Practical tools for radical collaboration
Building still in progress to help give it direction tell us where you are at with co-design today.
Prepare and plan
Things to help you get you started: Informed consent, research planning, workshop design and things to consider when creating collaborative spaces.
Tools and techniques to support conversations, talking and explaining: Diaries and probes, provocations, cards sorting approaches.
Ways of making tangible things explain how things work today or co-create alternatives: Maps, collages, models, mock-ups and lean prototypes.
Facilitate fun and get a bit weird by acting out ideas: Role playing and improvisation, games, props and simulations to pressure test thinking.
Tools and tutorials to help you get into co-design
We cover the basics, how to create safe spaces, start deep conversations, map possibilities and develop ideas with other people. It’s for anyone who is curious and interested in stretching their thinking.
Using co-design for improvement
Can you bake in co‑creation, not bolt it on?
Giant Steps Co‑design : the power of collaboration
Design Activism and Design Justice
Where did co‑design come from?
The case for co‑design
Co-design’s many names
What is co-design?
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