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Atelier 1 romain thévenet - intro27eregion

  1. 1. «Dear designers…a few similarities betweenthe design of a lamp andthe design of public policies»romain thévenetrthevenet@la27eregion.fr
  2. 2. let’s choosean example
  3. 3. design lamps
  4. 4. a pretty, smart and ingenous lamp
  5. 5. practical and usable
  6. 6. comfortable
  7. 7. adventure partner
  8. 8. technical & powerfull
  9. 9. what’s theconnection withthe public sector ?
  10. 10. accueils au publiquecity halls
  11. 11. websites & IT
  12. 12. social services
  13. 13. corporate communication
  14. 14. administrative management
  15. 15. what if public policies were engaging ?
  16. 16. what if public policies were engaging ? what if public policies were friendly ?
  17. 17. what if public policies were engaging ? what if public policies were friendly ?what if public policy were qualitative ?
  18. 18. what if public policies were engaging ? what if public policies were friendly ? what if public policy were qualitative ?what if public policies were built for real people ?
  19. 19. what if public policies were engaging ? what if public policies were friendly ? what if public policy were qualitative ?what if public policies were built for real people ? for ingenous local authorities !
  20. 20. comparingtwo ecosystems
  21. 21. the Petzl organisation
  22. 22. the founder: Fernand Petzl
  23. 23. a vision: good productsfor sports and climbing
  24. 24. with many constraints
  25. 25. upscaling and diffusion
  26. 26. the public sector organisation
  27. 27. elected officials
  28. 28. a vision: a better life for people
  29. 29. with many constraints
  30. 30. upscaling and diffusion
  31. 31. what we needto achieve this goal :
  32. 32. president
  33. 33. drawing and models
  34. 34. prototyping
  35. 35. focus groups
  36. 36. resistance tests
  37. 37. What aboutthe designof public policies ?
  38. 38. drawing and models
  39. 39. prototyping
  40. 40. focus groups
  41. 41. resistance tests
  42. 42. an iterative way of thinking
  43. 43. creativity and drawing
  44. 44. consider opportunities before problems
  45. 45. to be in « beta » mode
  46. 46. rather making for thinkingthan think before build
  47. 47. Quality, Cleverness, Desire…
  48. 48. What valuesfor a designof public policies ?
  49. 49. How to consider citizens not as consumers ?
  50. 50. How to share design for communsnot cost-killing ?
  51. 51. How to be respectful of people ?
  52. 52. How to consider design not just hype butin a long term relation with public policies
  53. 53. How to consider an ethic of design ?
  54. 54. es ions ingénieusLe manifeste des Rég u’il est s pensons q ue, de sens, nou ses". que, écologiq ns ingénieu ciale, démocrati mons "Régio e onomique, so que nous nom btil mélang de crises éc blique locale ais à un su tte période d e l’action pu g igantisme, m quis quiDans ce ouvel esprit frime ni au de petits ac aginer un n st pas à la combinaison énieuses etpossible d’im èse que l’avenir n’e que c’es t peut-être la vraiment ingNous fais ons l’hypoth et de sens, et ions deviennent ppeler les é, de qualité r que les Rég essaire de ra et d’humilit nquêtes. Pou coû ts, il est nécd’inventivité les grandes co duction des nouer avec bérale de ré per mettra de re une lo gique ultrali le résultat d e et dagir : ne soient pas r façon dêtr insp irent leu valeurs qui Astuce Empathie Dans la Qualité éQuality, Cleverness, Desire… Intégrité DésirEmpathy, Integrity, and Frugality
  55. 55. FOR A BRAND NEW DESIGNOF PUBLIC POLICIES !

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