DESIGN EXPERIENCES

Simulations of human-centered design processes applied to real problems, needs and opportunities of the parties involved.

The free formats of the DRLab allow the collaborative development of design experiences with a learning-by-doing approach.

The design experiences are more effective if preceded by "theoretical experiences" and activities foreseen by the "services" section. Furthermore, they are preparatory to the activities foreseen in the "projects" section.

FORMATS

Participatory design formats that aim to involve local actors to apply basic design knowledge with a human-centered and learning-by-doing approach.
The formats are "accumulable" and have the purpose of simulating design experiences.
The aim is to transfer design knowledge of service design. For this reason, creating tangible learning-by-doing experiences facilitates the training and dissemination of these design practices.

 

1. DESIGN CHECK

Format designed to identify representatives within a group with different stakeholders. Objective: to create future collaborations and / or partnerships with other project formats.

2. DESIGN SEMINAR

Format designed to involve decision-makers and stakeholder representatives in a large group made up of different subjects. Objective: to create a network of collaborative groups.

3. DESIGN WORKSHOP

Format designed to identify collaborative groups of project managers. Objective: to support groups in the direction of the possible application of other formats or to start a more lasting project.

4. DESIGN REVIEW

Format designed with a four-phase simulation that allows you to understand and experience the design attitude of the teams involved. Objective: to identify the elements useful for further design experience.

5. DESIGN STUDIO

Format designed and tested to explore the project context with real data. Objective: to set up a in-depth simulation by understanding real problems and opportunities.

 

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