Pictures by Andrea Botero-ARKI Research Group Platforms & toolkits
Users as informants and developers that can also develop R & Dprojects. The degree of commitment and participation is defined by the user itself. .
Picturire by CEA in Flickr Living Labs provide an arena for supporting different ways of codesignwith clients, consumers, and citizens.
They could fill a gap if there is not enough local, regional, ornational capacity for making citizens participate in the development of public and private services and products.Picture by anikaviro
Picture by dalberaThey can be seen as intermediate organizations to support the involvement of users in R&D projects. They challenge the obstacles of previous models based on the development of technology.
(Ståhlbröst 2008, p.35)LL have also been seen as research concepts.
Long tradition in User Centered Design -from a bean to a feijoada Picture in Flickr by Gov/BA
Strong participation fromUniversities of Applied Sciences -from an egg to a tortilla Picture in Flickr by jlastras
User driven innovation policy -from rice to ... Picture in Flickr by Mr. Kris
Public Funding-from corn to popcorn Picture in Flickr by Ayelie
TEKES Finnish Funding Aency for technology and innovation SITRA Finnish Innovation Fund FINPRO-Organization that helps Finnish companies to internationalize Cities as services providers and funding bodies Universities Research centers
Picture by cloneofsnakeInvest our time and effort in interaction and iterations with people for building partnership
Motivate users to participate in development projects (increase the design capabilities of the stakeholders themselves)
Enlarge collaboration networks(World design capital + Alternative Design Capital)
Adapt flexible solutions (to the dreams of people)
Give sustainability to projects thatget their energy out of the newness (be part of the solidarity economy)
Pictures in Flickr by StefanKazSupport community and personal practices (instead of talking about services or products)
Knit Knot Tree by the Jafagirls in Ohio, Foto: ShrewdcatEnable grassroots projects that propose cooperation and collaboration
Innovation will only come as a dialogue within people, objects and emotions.
that needs to be stimulated(Provide open ended components, platforms, toolkits)
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