Tag: design methods

Co-production, co-design and co-creation: what is the difference?

Co-production, co-design and co-creation: what is the difference?

01/11/2012 | By

Following on from a recent meeting of the Co-Production Network in Manchester, I thought I would jot down a few comments about the concept of co-production – where it came from, how it works, and how it differs from other forms of innovation such as co-design or experience-led design (UX design). Co-production is the latest […]

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The Intelligent Fountain

The Intelligent Fountain

07/05/2012 | By

How do we prepare children for the rapidly changing society that we call the 21st century? And how do we ensure that our teachers have been fully exposed to the challenge before they commission the buildings in which that learning will happen? According to an independent review, Stakeholder Design’s award-winning solution delivered both in abundance: […]

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The 360 degree flexible classroom

The 360 degree flexible classroom

07/05/2012 | By

One of the highlights of my time at the Design Council was producing the 360 degree flexible classroom as the centrepiece of the Schools Renaissance campaign. This is what the Observer made of it. “Inside a dingy-looking prefab hut near the Toxteth area of Liverpool, an experiment is determining the shape of things to come; […]

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A Charter for 21st Century Learning

A Charter for 21st Century Learning

08/04/2012 | By | Add a Comment

Ireland’s commitment to becoming Europe’s leading digital economy will only work if it can supply workers with the right skills. But how do you teach them? Stakeholder Design was asked to run a workshop with students from all across Ireland to produce a charter for 21st century learning. This is what they said. 1. Cultivate […]

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Schools Renaissance – Designmyschool

Schools Renaissance – Designmyschool

07/04/2012 | By | Add a Comment

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