Co-designing public transport: How collaborative design led to transport accessibility in rural areas <br />Lucy Robinson<...
What is Design?<br />20/10/2009<br />Move Me<br />2<br />Problem solving process<br />Collaborative and inclusive in appro...
What is Design?<br />Problem solving process<br />Collaborative and inclusive in approach<br />Borrows tools and technique...
Places users at the centre of uncovering problems<br />10/19/09<br />Move Me<br />4<br />
10/19/09<br />Move Me<br />5<br />Collaboratively design solutions with users and providers<br />
10/19/09<br />Move Me<br />6<br />Prototypes solutions before delivery with users<br />
The Design Council is the UK’s strategic body for design.Its mission is to inspire and enable the best use of design to ma...
10/19/09<br />Move Me<br />8<br />
10/19/09<br />Move Me<br />9<br />Dott is a programme of activities focusing on social and economic change using design. I...
10/19/09<br />Move Me<br />10<br />Dott aims to engage and faciltate the public and communities in developing new solution...
10/19/09<br />Move Me<br />11<br />A Dott programme is developed in partnership with a regional body and responds to that ...
10/19/09<br />Move Me<br />12<br />Dott is an exploratory programme of pilot demonstration projects, events and educationa...
10/19/09<br />Move Me<br />13<br />The first programme: Dott 07 in the North East of England<br />
10/19/09<br />Move Me<br />14<br />The Dott approach to solving problems<br />
10/19/09<br />Move Me<br />15<br />Dott process<br />-	diagnose- 	co discover-	co design -	co develop-	deliver<br />
CASE STUDY: Move Me<br />Working with a rural community and transport providers to improve access to transport without the...
MOVE ME: Local context<br />Existing transport services under used<br />Need for improved transport services as little acc...
MOVE ME: Policy context<br />Some people still face what can seem insurmountable barriers in simply getting to where they ...
MOVE ME: Environmental context<br />50% more CO2 produced per person in rural communities than in urban communities<br />T...
MOVE ME: <br />Project aims<br />Improve access to transport without the need for more cars or new roads<br />Toolkit to r...
MOVE ME: Project objectives<br /><ul><li>Review mobility needs
Work in partnership
Plan more integrated journeys
Share vehicles
Explore value
Create a sustainable solution</li></ul>Move Me<br />
MOVE ME: Diagnose<br />10/19/09<br />Move Me<br />22<br />
MOVE ME: Stakeholder mapping<br />Move Me<br />
10/19/09<br />Dott Corporate Presentation<br />24<br />MOVE ME: Co-discover<br />
MOVE ME: Cultural probe kits: borrowing from ethnography<br />Users become the researchers<br />Design Council  www.design...
MOVE ME: Co-design<br />10/19/09<br />26<br />Move Me<br />
MOVE ME: Generating ideas<br />Move Me<br />
MOVE ME: Prototyping the ideas<br />Service provider toolkit<br />Move Me<br />
MOVE ME: Reviewing the ideas<br />10/19/09<br />Move Me<br />29<br />
MOVE ME: Co-develop<br />10/19/09<br />Move Me<br />30<br />
MOVE ME: Existing services more accessible and meet users’ needs <br />Move Me<br />
MOVE ME: Developing and launching a new service<br />10/19/09<br />Move Me<br />32<br />Liftexchange<br />
10/19/09<br />Move Me<br />33<br />Impact of Dott approach<br />
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  1. 1. Co-designing public transport: How collaborative design led to transport accessibility in rural areas <br />Lucy Robinson<br />Design Council<br />20 October 2009<br />
  2. 2. What is Design?<br />20/10/2009<br />Move Me<br />2<br />Problem solving process<br />Collaborative and inclusive in approach<br />Borrows tools and techniques from a variety of disciplines<br />
  3. 3. What is Design?<br />Problem solving process<br />Collaborative and inclusive in approach<br />Borrows tools and techniques from a variety of disciplines<br />Not only about products and logos<br />10/19/09<br />Move Me<br />3<br />
  4. 4. Places users at the centre of uncovering problems<br />10/19/09<br />Move Me<br />4<br />
  5. 5. 10/19/09<br />Move Me<br />5<br />Collaboratively design solutions with users and providers<br />
  6. 6. 10/19/09<br />Move Me<br />6<br />Prototypes solutions before delivery with users<br />
  7. 7. The Design Council is the UK’s strategic body for design.Its mission is to inspire and enable the best use of design to make the UK a more competitive, creative and sustainable nation. <br />Move Me<br />7<br />
  8. 8. 10/19/09<br />Move Me<br />8<br />
  9. 9. 10/19/09<br />Move Me<br />9<br />Dott is a programme of activities focusing on social and economic change using design. It is based in one region at a time and lasts about two years.<br />
  10. 10. 10/19/09<br />Move Me<br />10<br />Dott aims to engage and faciltate the public and communities in developing new solutions to solving social and economic problems<br />
  11. 11. 10/19/09<br />Move Me<br />11<br />A Dott programme is developed in partnership with a regional body and responds to that region’s social and economic priorities<br />
  12. 12. 10/19/09<br />Move Me<br />12<br />Dott is an exploratory programme of pilot demonstration projects, events and educational work.<br />
  13. 13. 10/19/09<br />Move Me<br />13<br />The first programme: Dott 07 in the North East of England<br />
  14. 14. 10/19/09<br />Move Me<br />14<br />The Dott approach to solving problems<br />
  15. 15. 10/19/09<br />Move Me<br />15<br />Dott process<br />- diagnose- co discover- co design - co develop- deliver<br />
  16. 16. CASE STUDY: Move Me<br />Working with a rural community and transport providers to improve access to transport without the need for more cars or new roads<br />Outcomes: A new transport hub that reflects the needs of the community. A toolkit and model that enables others to scale or replicate the process within other communities. <br />10/19/09<br />Move Me<br />16<br />
  17. 17. MOVE ME: Local context<br />Existing transport services under used<br />Need for improved transport services as little access to private vehicles<br />Pilot project in Berwick: Rural accessibility and mobility project (RAMP)<br />Move Me<br />
  18. 18. MOVE ME: Policy context<br />Some people still face what can seem insurmountable barriers in simply getting to where they need to go.<br />Prime Minister’s Foreword in Making Connections: <br />Final Report on Transport and Social Exclusion<br />Move Me<br />
  19. 19. MOVE ME: Environmental context<br />50% more CO2 produced per person in rural communities than in urban communities<br />The ‘last mile’ environmental issue<br />Move Me<br />
  20. 20. MOVE ME: <br />Project aims<br />Improve access to transport without the need for more cars or new roads<br />Toolkit to replicate the process within other own community <br />Model of best practice for engaging <br />communities<br />
  21. 21. MOVE ME: Project objectives<br /><ul><li>Review mobility needs
  22. 22. Work in partnership
  23. 23. Plan more integrated journeys
  24. 24. Share vehicles
  25. 25. Explore value
  26. 26. Create a sustainable solution</li></ul>Move Me<br />
  27. 27. MOVE ME: Diagnose<br />10/19/09<br />Move Me<br />22<br />
  28. 28. MOVE ME: Stakeholder mapping<br />Move Me<br />
  29. 29. 10/19/09<br />Dott Corporate Presentation<br />24<br />MOVE ME: Co-discover<br />
  30. 30. MOVE ME: Cultural probe kits: borrowing from ethnography<br />Users become the researchers<br />Design Council www.designcouncil.org.uk<br />Service DesignTools www.servicedesigntools.org <br />Move Me<br />
  31. 31. MOVE ME: Co-design<br />10/19/09<br />26<br />Move Me<br />
  32. 32. MOVE ME: Generating ideas<br />Move Me<br />
  33. 33. MOVE ME: Prototyping the ideas<br />Service provider toolkit<br />Move Me<br />
  34. 34. MOVE ME: Reviewing the ideas<br />10/19/09<br />Move Me<br />29<br />
  35. 35. MOVE ME: Co-develop<br />10/19/09<br />Move Me<br />30<br />
  36. 36. MOVE ME: Existing services more accessible and meet users’ needs <br />Move Me<br />
  37. 37. MOVE ME: Developing and launching a new service<br />10/19/09<br />Move Me<br />32<br />Liftexchange<br />
  38. 38. 10/19/09<br />Move Me<br />33<br />Impact of Dott approach<br />
  39. 39. 10/19/09<br />Move Me<br />34<br />Local impact<br />Greater community engagement and participation<br />Model scaled to 50 other small communities in the region.<br />
  40. 40. 10/19/09<br />Move Me<br />35<br />National impact<br />Government White paper: Innovation Nation<br />A replicable model and approach to developing new rural transport solutions using lift share toolkit<br />
  41. 41. 10/19/09<br />Move Me<br />36<br />Social impact<br />Greater use of public transport solutions by community<br />Solving problems such as access to school, childcare and jobs <br />Connecting other social organisations together<br />Impact on development of children by involving them in the research process<br />
  42. 42. 10/19/09<br />Move Me<br />37<br />Economicimpact<br />Greater transport accessibility to and from village<br />
  43. 43. Thank you<br />10/19/09<br />Move Me<br />38<br />Slideshow available at<br />Lucy.Robinson@designcouncil.org.uk<br />www.designcouncil.org.uk<br />

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