25 June 2016

Møller Centre, Cambridge, UK

Community centered development

Keren Limor-Waisberg /Literacy Tool

Session type: Tutorial

Session duration: 45 minutes

About this Tutorial

In this session we will discuss how to harness collective experiences to design our next big feature or product. How to establish, lead and eventually reflect our community in our preliminary design(s).

The community centred development approach recognises the need to experiment with different solutions. Yet, instead of embarking in many expensive and time-consuming predefined trials, we examine the landscape of opportunities to ultimately identify few most favourable routes.

Join this interactive session to experience the community centred developmental process!

About the Speaker

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Participants learn a new approach, tool or technology through using it to solve one or more practical exercises. Any software/hardware requirements are disclosed in the session description.


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