Learn Co-Design

Are you ready to learn about and give Co-Design a Go?

Co-design is all about bringing people together to achieve change. It places people at the centre of a change process and designs ‘with’ and not ‘for’ or ‘to’ people.

Co-design supports those with lived experience, lived expertise and professional experience to learn, discuss and create solutions to improve things. Discussion alone isn’t enough. There is a process that you facilitate to achieve results that have a greater chance of take up for adoption.

Co-design is a human centred approach and we developed the following Articles to share information, resources, answer questions and offer tips and tools to support co-design work across the Southern NSW Innovation Hub and beyond. These 8 Articles are designed to challenge, teach, and motivate you to explore and use co-design in your work (and it will have relevance beyond your work environment too.) Each Article is written by the team of Jo Eady, a human centred facilitator, strategic designer with a keen interest in social change based in Victoria and Dale Stringer, innovation specialist and chief knowledge broker with Southern NSW Innovation Hub.

Click on the following Articles to learn more about Co-design.

ARTICLE 1 – Co-Design – Same, Same or Different?

ARTICLE 2 – Mindsets are the starting point to successful change

ARTICLE 3 – Origins of Co-Design – Norway to Australia and Indigenous Culture

ARTICLE 4 – Why Co-Design?

ARTICLE 5 – What is a Co-Design team?

ARTICLE 6 – What does our approach to Co-Design look like?

ARTICLE 7 – What does our six step to Co-Design process look like?

ARTICLE 8 – How to facilitate purposeful and participatory Co-Design activities

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