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Discover a programme that brings together students, entrepreneurs & community groups to develop creative solutions to local challenges. …

Discover a programme that brings together students, entrepreneurs & community groups to develop creative solutions to local challenges.

We help train students to co-design solutions from uncovering local needs with the community to working with them to develop projects that can be taken forward.

We evaluate the insights and impact of the needs & solutions to help public services better understand how to support communities to help each other & use technology.

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  • Stimulate collaboration between public service staff, students, pupils, entrepreneurs and communities to develop collaborative research
    Work 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 them
    Although 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
  • Visualisations provide so many opportunities for public services and civil society to better communicate policies and issues to the people they serve. But often we rely on powerpoint or leaflets because that’s all we know and we write in a way that people don’t always understand!

    More at http://www.wedowhatwesee.org/tag/visualcamp/
  • Visualisations provide so many opportunities for public services and civil society to better communicate policies and issues to the people they serve. But often we rely on powerpoint or leaflets because that’s all we know and we write in a way that people don’t always understand!

    More at http://www.wedowhatwesee.org/tag/visualcamp/

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  • 1. Nominated for top 40 civic innovation
  • 2. Overview Bring together different groups to tackle local challenges Prototype ideas and solutions that can be taken forward Evaluate impact of the solutions to help take forward the projects
  • 3. Students Designers Public servants Local residents Entrepreneurs Local groups Bring together different groups…
  • 4. …to tackle local challenges Communicating the evidence Describing a day in the life Mapping the user journey Framing the opportunity
  • 5. …using creative methods
  • 6. Prototype ideas… That deliver social impact and help people help each other Brainstorming ideas Using new technologies Photosbywww.tomphillipsphotos.co.uk&http://creativepeopleplace.info/creatabox-at-home/
  • 7. Developing the functionality Simulating the service Validating the usability Designing the interaction …to design solutions
  • 8. Marketing the value proposition Developing the project Creating the business model Measuring the impact Evaluate their impact…
  • 9. …to inform community insights
  • 10. …and embed learning
  • 11. …to help take forward projects +15 partners +400 participants +150 insights +30 prototypes +£100K investment raised Partners Issues Motivations Principles Prototypes Sustainability
  • 12. Previous Partners & Sponsors
  • 13. Previous Partners & Sponsors
  • 14. Previous Partners & Sponsors
  • 15. http://bit.ly/transformedbyyouguide noel.hatch@kent.gov.uk