Introduction to the 2. workshop

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Introduction to the 2. workshop

  1. 1. Design Sustainability Introduction to Workshop 2
  2. 2. The theme of the project • Design a Product Service System that connect local production and consumption of food produced locally in Nordjylland regionNicola Morelli Design & Sustainability 2
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  4. 4. Context • Use of local product has a lower impact on the environment, because of the reduced transportation costs • Use of local production is increasing value to local economies • Local production and consumption are often very close to each other, but theyNicola Morelli Design & Sustainability ignore each other 4
  5. 5. The production side • Who are the local producers? • Where are they locatedNicola Morelli Design & Sustainability 5
  6. 6. The Consumption side • Who are the users? • How can they know about local producers? • Where can they meet/find local products?Nicola Morelli Design & Sustainability 6
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  8. 8. The SystemNicola Morelli Design & Sustainability 8
  9. 9. Other questions • Who should own the service? • What are the touch points? • What is the timing between production and use? • Is there a place or an organisation or a network of organisations that mediates between production and consumption?Nicola Morelli Design & Sustainability 9
  10. 10. ExamplesNicola Morelli Design & Sustainability 10
  11. 11. Example: Delight AssistNicola Morelli Design & Sustainability 11
  12. 12. Example: Frokost KurerenNicola Morelli Design & Sustainability 12
  13. 13. Activity to the beginning of the workshop • Look for local producers and what they produce • Look at existing networks/sale points for local products • Look at places for consumption • Map the system, possibly emphasize relevant pointsNicola Morelli Design & Sustainability 13

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