WS9: Living Lab Tools and Methodologies
This session will provide the participants information about Living Lab tools and methodologies created by ENoLL members. Each tool/methodology will have a short introductory presentation after which participants are invited for Q&A and to share their views on how they think such methods could be applied in their case.
Evolaris Living Lab Platform – offline, online and mobile Co-creation
Gert Breitfus, Evolaris Living Lab. See the presentation here.
Living Lab Tool developed by Evolaris Living Lab for managing different types of Co-Creation tasks (offline, online, mobile) from idea to evaluation.
Methdology of Social Innovation: How to Develop the process of transformation of the territory – How to Go from idea to project: A guide for social innovation support
Juan Francisco Delgado Morales, Director General of the Consortium “Fernando de los Rios” and President of the Association of Community Telecentre Networks and Social Innovation centers. See the presentation here.
In-situ methods: Photographic diary and the walking discussion
Katerina Frankova, Coventry University. See the presentation here.
This presentation will focus on two examples of in-situ methods – the photographic diary and the walking discussion – and their application in the context of consulting the public about the regeneration of urban public spaces. Katerina will talk about the quality of the user knowledge captured by these methods, the participant experience and the methodological practicalities, together with the main lessons learnt.
CoCo Toolkit ofr B2B activities
Tuija Hirvikoski and Rob Moonen, Laurea University of Applied Sciences. See the presentation here.
The CoCo toolkit has been developed in the framework of the CoCo-initiative (From co-production to co-creation) research aiming at identifying and developing co-production and co-creation activities and roles in Business-to-Business service relationships.
Open311 as a tool for Citizen Engagement
Hanna Niemi-Hugaerts, Forum Virium Helsinki, CitySDK. See the presentation here.
Mikael Mangyoku, Cite du Design. See the presentation here.
Exploring on what the IDeALL method toolbox should look like? A short presentation on methods such as LUPI,HUMBLES,SINCO and then presentation of the proposed co-created user-centred design method toolbox of the IDeALL for design and Living Lab communities.
Cross Border Living Lab Handbook
Francesco Molinari, Alcotra Innovation project. See the presentation here.
across multiple regions and thematic domains
CONNECT: Design for an empathic society
Anne Äyväri, Laurea University of Applied Sciences, Express2Connect. See the presentation here.
Human Smart Cities Cookbook
Jean Barroca, Alfamicro. See the presentation here.
Human Smart City Cookbook an easy guide to a very complex task – sparking off citizen-driven digital social innovation for new city services within a shared vision of human “smartness” for the city where you and your fellow citizens live and work. This is a special kind of Cookbook, since it can tell you about ingredients, tools, and how to mix them, but the specific end result cannot be predicted, as it will be entirely born of the specific blend of people and processes that makes your specific city special.