On Monday, Nesta launched the Centre for Collective Intelligence Design. Simon shares his reflections on the day and starts to explore what collective intelligence could mean for Bromford.
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Sometimes you don’t need to spend time and money designing autonomous vehicles and fancy driver-less tests, you just need to dress up like a car seat and stick a GoPro on your dashboard.
Trello is a great collaboration tool, but does that mean it’s a great service design tool too? We think so. . .
Yesterday we joined Samuel West, Founder and Curator of the Museum of Failure to talk about thinking differently about failure, as part of the Innovation Agency's webinar series: The Big Innovation Conversation.
We recently designed and hosted a set of discovery sessions to support our work around the ‘how might we’ questions that make up our current exploration pipeline. Here is a round-up of the blogs we published to outline the main themes that emerged from each workshop.
In our tenth exploration pipeline discovery session we discussed what being proactive really means, how smart homes could help, being less reliant on superheroes and Trigger’s broom.
In our ninth exploration pipeline discovery session we discussed community champions, social prescribing and coaching colleagues.
How might we find ways to ensure that everyone is able to find a suitable home regardless of their financial position?
In our eighth exploration pipeline discovery session we discussed Victorian housing as homes of the future, designing without ego and what coaching actually means. No one mentioned Walt Disney’s frozen head though.
In our seventh exploration pipeline discovery session we discussed what being efficient really means, how to deliver a positive customer experience, supermarket self-service checkouts that make you want to scream and defrosting frozen pipes.
In our fourth exploration pipeline discovery session we discussed handing out internet-enabled devices to customers, setting up free wifi in our neighbourhoods, digital skills coaches, band-aids and a Bromford chatbot named ‘Evelyn’.