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  1. Commoning design and designing commons

    Commoning design and designing commons

    Abstract: This workshop explores the relevance of the notion of commons as an objective, and commoning as a way of doing and being for design. We invite the PD community to reflect on ways in which these concepts help us critically protect and support sustainable futures for communities of humans and non-humans. How can participatory […] - Jun 24, 2020
  2. Pattern-based codesign

    Pattern-based codesign

    Card decks systematize patterns of common problems and solutions in a certain design space. These decks are useful for novice codesigners who don’t know what is possible in that space. Card decks can be combined to support interdisciplinary design. With a deck on business models, another on graphic user interface, and a third on human […] - Nov 22, 2018
  3. LegoML

    LegoML

    Unified Modeling Language (UML) is a set of standard diagrams and notations for creating software. We created at PUPCR a physical version of these diagrams with Lego to enable the participation of designers, clients, and users in software architecture and modeling activities. The concrete representations help the participants understand and make good use of software […] - Nov 1, 2018
  4. Walking paths parametric design tool

    Walking paths parametric design tool

    Walking Paths is an extension for Autodesk Revit, an industry standard tool for architectural design. The extension allows tracing the paths that patients, nurses, and other users should follow inside a facility. The application provides objective criteria to evaluate the work efficiency of a particular facility design. Walking_Paths [RFA] An Autodesk Revit parametric design family […] - Dec 13, 2012
  5. UX Cards

    UX Cards

    A card deck for collaborative planning user experience projects. Each card is a UX method, with the necessary inputs and the expected outputs. The cards can be organized in a linear fashion to represent the planned process. There are also cards for representing risks, expected delays, and extra human/financial resources. The cards were designed with […] - Nov 24, 2011
  6. Corais Platform

    Corais Platform

    Corais was launched in 2011 as the open innovation platform of Faber-Ludens Interaction Design Institute. Since 2012, it became an independent cooperative platform for cultural producers in Brazil, maintained by Instituto Ambiente em Movimento and developed by Frederick van Amstel as an outreach activity of his academic work. An open design platform Development started from […] - Nov 14, 2011