CHALLENGE Design the toolkit for non-design background stakeholders to be engaged in the design process virtually during COVID.
POTENTIAL A online-co-creation workshop consisting of duplicable workbook, workshop facilitation guide and framework
How might we reimage the future of online co-creation?
Due to COVID-19, most people turn their homes into temporary offices or learning spaces. People spend more time at home working and learning. The format and experience of virtual learning have been changed dramatically. It has become a more and more critical issue since for some people, online is the only channel for them to learn and collaborate for teamwork.
The purpose of the design is to experiment with designing the material and process of a virtual co-creation workshop in order to assist and amplify the remote learning experience that bridges learning and collaboration between the tangible world and digital meeting. The outcome is intended to redesign remote learning experience to enhance cross-disciplinary collaboration, diversify the format and interaction of online learning, facilitate meaningful and efficient communication, extend the learning experience from online to offline, encapsulate the remote learning service into an education toolkit, and ultimately to help spread social impactful ideas globally