Tue, 16 Aug|
Getting Co-Design Ready
A Practitioner’s Guide
Time & Location
16 Aug 2022, 11:30 am – 1:30 pm
About The Event
Is it just us, or is nearly everyone trying to do co-design right now? There is heaps of great work happening out there, but loads of people are struggling to get their heads and hands around this emerging practice.
Co-design is an excellent approach for creatively engaging a diverse range of people to develop and deliver ways of responding to complex problems. But it takes time, skills and resources to do well. Do you have what it takes to lead a co-design process? And is your organisation truly ready to commit to this approach?
In this interactive seminar, Emma Blomkamp will share a new co-design capability framework that builds on her experience leading co-design projects, as well as training and mentoring others in this space. The framework integrates ideas and models from applied research and leading practitioners of design and innovation from Aotearoa New Zealand and around the world. CX Collective members will be one of the first groups internationally to access and apply this iteration of the Systemic Design Practice Wheel.
This session will help you:
- Understand when to consider co-design, and when it’s not the right approach
- Assess conditions and capabilities needed to do co-design
- Identify your strengths and stretch goals for approaching co-design
- Build awareness of frameworks, other resources and opportunities for building co-design capability
- Human Centred Designers
- Experience & Service Designers
- Design Ops
- The co-design curious
Want to attend this session for free? Check out our membership options.
About our trainer:
Dr Emma Blomkamp is a facilitator, researcher and strategic designer, who specialises in co-design for public and social innovation. Founder and Convenor of the Co-Design Community of Practice (CoDesignCo), she is also an Honorary Fellow at The University of Melbourne and Associate of Innovation Unit. Emma has been leading participatory design and social innovation projects with public purpose organisations since 2014.
Born and raised in Aotearoa, with experience teaching in New Zealand, Australia, Cambodia and France, Emma now lives on Wurundjeri Country in Melbourne (Australia). She has a PhD in community wellbeing and cultural policy, and continues to collaborate on and publish academic research in policy design and public innovation. Emma is passionate about enabling meaningful participation and sharing knowledge to improve collective decision-making.
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