Interactive Toolkits & PlaybooksBranding, Experiential, Products, Social Innovation
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Interactive tools and playbooks help to create a common understanding around shifting behaviour and thinking. We have worked with governments, universities and enterprises to create useful tools that enable large teams to work purposefully and productively. We use a human-centred design approach to make sure that the tools and playbooks work for the contexts in which they are developed.
We worked with the Royal College of Arts, University UK, to co-create creative solutions with 50 township entrepreneurs in Cape Town. Through the process, we developed ‘Peer to Peer,’ a hand-guide for foreign designers to understand and work in new environments where often language, culture and context are completely different from our own understanding. This approach is practical and uses local materials to visually map out key insights before design and development begins.
We worked with Western Cape Province, Dept Education & DG Murray Trust, to develop an after-school practitioner handbook to aid young facilitators to be more in touch and with their classroom environment, their emotions and the emotional states of their learners. The guide is interactive, participatory and very user-friendly. The illustrations & content was developed and tested with the practitioners before going to scale to ensure that it was relevant, contextual and well liked.
CM Telekom is one of the global leaders in mobile services, but is also passionate about bringing together a global online and offline community of mobile and technology experts and enthusiasts.
So they created MoCo, an edgy community-driven platform for people with a love for mobile and technology.
Online they bring the best of mobile through their YouTube channel and their cutting-edge blog. The offline events are often a bit more challenging as often we sit with the same people and have the same experiences.
We sometimes find it hard to connect and network, missing out on possible new opportunities to collaborate on the next best thing in mobile.
We were asked to come up with an event formula that encouraged, networking, interaction and cross-collaboration. We designed a structure that made people feel like they were part of an innovative movement of mobile movers and shakers from the moment they arrived and designed seamless ways for people to effortlessly network with each other throughout the event and share their unique perspectives.
The interactive formula is so simple to use, that it can be taken to any city in the world and easily be set-up and produced by any partner who wants to be part of this growing global, mobile movement.