Chapter 3 – The Theoretical Frame of the Co-Design Process
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Co-Design Techniques

  • Brainstorming: A technique used to generate ideas in a group setting. Participants are encouraged to share their ideas without criticism or judgment.
  • Mind mapping: A technique used to visually organize information. Participants write down ideas on a piece of paper and connect them with lines or arrows.
  • Prototyping: A technique used to create a preliminary version of a product or service. Prototypes can be physical or digital and can be used to gather feedback from stakeholders and end-users.
  • User testing: A technique used to evaluate a product or service with end-users. Participants are asked to perform tasks using the product or service while researchers observe and take notes.