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Design for Social Innovation A Brief Overview

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This presentation is a quick introduction and overview of Design for Social Innovation, including some local examples. The presentation was developed for students of the Design and Business Major at Auckland University of Technology and aims to help show how design extends and is adapted for the challenges of social innovation - with an emphasis on community involvement, collaboration and ownership of 'design' and 'change'.

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Design for Social Innovation A Brief Overview

  1. 1. S M A L L F I R E.S M A L L F I R E. Design ! Design for social innovation @pennyhagen
  2. 2. S M A L L F I R E.S M A L L F I R E. A definition: Design for Social Innovation
  3. 3. S M A L L F I R E.S M A L L F I R E. “New ideas (products, services and models) that simultaneously meet social needs and create new social relationships or collaborations. In other words, they are innovations that are both good for society and enhance society’s capacity to act.” social innovation, co-design, social labs, systems design, social design, participatory design A Definition THE OPEN BOOK OF SOCIAL INNOVATION NESTA & THE YOUNG FOUNDATION
  4. 4. S M A L L F I R E.S M A L L F I R E. Useful Names: NESTA (Geoff Mulgan) The Young Foundation Tepsie www.tepsie.eu DESIS – Ezio Manzini A Definition
  5. 5. S M A L L F I R E.S M A L L F I R E. Growing interest in social innovation nationally and internationally
  6. 6. S M A L L F I R E.S M A L L F I R E. Why? Growing interest nationally and internationally Social, environmental and economic challenges that are growing in scale and complexity Current approaches aren’t getting us the outcomes we need, even when large amounts of time, resources, effort and money have been applied Often it’s the way we’ve designed the system and services themselves that trip people up.
  7. 7. S M A L L F I R E.S M A L L F I R E. Where is design for social innovation happening?
  8. 8. S M A L L F I R E.Where is design for social innovation happening? Redesigning the disability sector Rethinking aged care services Public sector Innovation Policy Co-design
  9. 9. S M A L L F I R E. The Future of Libraries Tackling Poverty & Homelessness Where is design for social innovation happening? Patient-centered Services Social business & social enterprise
  10. 10. S M A L L F I R E.S M A L L F I R E. What does design social innovation for look like?
  11. 11. S M A L L F I R E.S M A L L F I R E. Tacsi Family by Family
  12. 12. S M A L L F I R E.S M A L L F I R E. Challenge: How can a new service enable more families to thrive and fewer to come into contact with crisis services? The Design Challenge
  13. 13. S M A L L F I R E.S M A L L F I R E.TACSI: Family by Family http://familybyfamily.org.au/
  14. 14. S M A L L F I R E.S M A L L F I R E.TACSI: Family by Family COULD IMPROVE ple to develop & visualise ons that could improve instorm scenarios for new doing. 1 Co-designing solutions to family stress with all members of the family 2 Designing scenarios for family camp 3 Early materials for the idea that became Family by Family (1) (2)(3) We try out our ideas, with people, in context. First we try things out on paper. Then we try things out for real - at a small scale. We rapidly learn what works and what doesn’t. 4 PROTOTYPE INTERACTIONS WHAT INTERACTIONS SHIFT OUTCOMES? We designed, tested and rejected over 15 different versions of measurement tools for Family by Family before we got to something that worked for most families. http://vimeo.com/channels/familybyfamily/50653317
  15. 15. S M A L L F I R E.S M A L L F I R E. Innovate Change Young people thriving in Te Hiku With Ministry of Social Development and the Community of Kaitaia
  16. 16. S M A L L F I R E.S M A L L F I R E. Challenge: How might we encourage positive behaviour, and reduce bullying in Te Hiku. The design challenge:
  17. 17. S M A L L F I R E.S M A L L F I R E.Innovate Change: Young people thriving in Te Hiku http://www.innovatechange.co.nz/tehikuyouth
  18. 18. S M A L L F I R E.S M A L L F I R E. "Youth were able to be heard through this approach and be part of the journey all the way through. I saw this as empowering and true co-design." Community Investment Advisor "It's empowering, having young people have their say... they often feel like they don't. To be able to create the prototypes based on their visions was very cool." Young person Innovate Change: Young people thriving in Te Hiku
  19. 19. S M A L L F I R E.S M A L L F I R E. Community in Emergency Management: Enabling a community-based innovation (RMIT, Yoko Akama) Yoko Akama - RMIT
  20. 20. S M A L L F I R E.S M A L L F I R E. Challenge: How might we build the capacity of communities for bushfire preparation. The Design Challenge
  21. 21. S M A L L F I R E.S M A L L F I R E.Community in Emergency Management From: vcoss.org.au/documents/2015/08/Codesign-paper-Jul15_Final.pdf
  22. 22. S M A L L F I R E.S M A L L F I R E. Tāmaki Health & Wellbeing Project
  23. 23. S M A L L F I R E.S M A L L F I R E. Challenge: How can we work with local community, social agencies and local providers to create a new experience of mental health and wellbeing support in Tāmaki. The Design Challenge
  24. 24. S M A L L F I R E.S M A L L F I R E.Tāmaki Health & Wellbeing Project Creating wellbeing together http://www.tamakiwellbeing.org.nz/
  25. 25. S M A L L F I R E.S M A L L F I R E.Social Labs http://www.rockefellerfoundation.org/our-work/current-work/innovation/social- innovation-labs
  26. 26. S M A L L F I R E.S M A L L F I R E. http://www.rockefellerfoundation.org/our-work/current-work/innovation/social- innovation-labs
  27. 27. S M A L L F I R E.S M A L L F I R E. Design ! Design social innovation
  28. 28. S M A L L F I R E.S M A L L F I R E. What underpins design in the context of social innovation? What is similar and different?
  29. 29. S M A L L F I R E.S M A L L F I R E.Design ! Design social innovation We still: Frame & Reframe - look for new & different And we need to be even more aware of how our framing shapes the potential solution
  30. 30. S M A L L F I R E.S M A L L F I R E.Design ! Design social innovation Prototypes are live, and involve systems, and relationships as well as things We still: visualise, prototype and iterate
  31. 31. S M A L L F I R E.S M A L L F I R E.Design ! Design social innovation We are still: Human Centred But collaboration and co-design is baked in, as is a much greater attention to people and relationships.
  32. 32. S M A L L F I R E.S M A L L F I R E.Design ! Design social innovation But also systems-centred Image: http://beth.typepad.com/beths_blog/2009/10/guest-post-by-steve-waddell-systems-mapping-for-nonprofits-part-1.html
  33. 33. S M A L L F I R E.S M A L L F I R E.Design ! Design social innovation We are also strengths-based.
  34. 34. S M A L L F I R E.S M A L L F I R E.Design ! Design social innovation Change happens and is sustained in communities, by communities. Place-based.
  35. 35. S M A L L F I R E.S M A L L F I R E.Design ! Design social innovation And outcomes and impact focused. http://www.designaffects.com/practice/might-integrate-measurement-realm-social-impact-design/
  36. 36. S M A L L F I R E.S M A L L F I R E.Design ! Design social innovation Social Innovation Process – From the Open Book of Social Innovation (Nesta) www.nesta.org.uk/publications/open-book-social-innovation
  37. 37. S M A L L F I R E.S M A L L F I R E. What are some of the challenges?
  38. 38. S M A L L F I R E.S M A L L F I R E.Some of the challenges Learning to change together Image from DSI symposium 2015, Auckland
  39. 39. S M A L L F I R E.S M A L L F I R E.Some of the challenges Improving our tools http://www.uws.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0005/476330/Young_and_Well_CRC_IM_PD_Guide.pdf
  40. 40. S M A L L F I R E.S M A L L F I R E. Measuring change and impact Output ! Outcome
  41. 41. S M A L L F I R E.S M A L L F I R E.In Summary Design ! Design for social innovation It’s still emerging. Happening in lots of places and lots of ways. It applies design to build the capacity of people, places and systems. It asks us to deeply engage with questions of power and how we see the world. And be accountable for the outcomes achieved.
  42. 42. S M A L L F I R E.S M A L L F I R E. Thanks penny@smallfire.co.nz

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