Transformed by You

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A presentation describing how you can sponsor or support your competition to identify how communities and entrepreneurs can develop ideas & prototypes to improve their neighbourhoods in Kent.

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  • Stimulate collaboration between public service staff, students, pupils, entrepreneurs and communities to develop collaborative researchWork with the next generation for whom many of the new ways of researching & designing services they don’t see as R&D methods but what come naturally to themAlthough at one workshop we worked with an intergenerational art group, one of the grandmother’s there was sketching ideas with her iPad, which I’ve never used, so sometimes the next generation is where you least expect it
  • Transformed by You

    1. 1. • Develop • Understand Creativity Needs Collaboration Motivations Methods Principles Support Prototypes • Evaluate • Design Icons from ServiceDesignTools
    2. 2. Overview Bring people together to tackle needs using creative methods Prototype ideas to design solutions and develop projects Evaluate impact to inform community insights, future scenarios & embed learning
    3. 3. Bring people together… Designers Entrepreneurs Students Public servants Social networks Local groups
    4. 4. …to tackle local needs Communicating the evidence Describing a day in the life Mapping the user journey Framing the opportunity
    5. 5. …using creative methods
    6. 6. Brainstorming ideas Using new technologies Providing advice Rewarding collaboration Photos by www.tomphillipsphotos.co.uk Prototype ideas…
    7. 7. …to design solutions Validating the usability Developing the functionality Designing the interaction Simulating the service
    8. 8. …and develop projects Partners Issues Motivations Principles Prototypes Sustainability +15 partners +150 insights +400 participants +30 prototypes +£100K investment raised
    9. 9. Evaluate the impact… Marketing the value proposition Developing the project Creating the business model Measuring the impact
    10. 10. …to inform community insights
    11. 11. …design future scenarios
    12. 12. …and embed learning

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