Canvas, intervention, map and book – the first tools are available

Canvas, intervention, map and book – the first tools are available

Within the Expertnetwork for Systemic Co-design, the partners develop tools, methods and papers. These tools contribute to Systemic Co-Design and thus utilize collective creativity in approaching systemic questions in complex societal challenges.

The first tools are now available. Over time, more tools will be published on this website.

Whether you want to imagine what the world will look like in 50 years from the perspective of a city park and thus break assumptions, or you are looking for a tool for a co-design process with many stakeholders, want to map a system or want to make your education regenerative – the practical instruments are here for you.

An intervention, book, canvas and mapping method – the tools are very diverse and have in common that they are an instrument for thinking about and working together on complex issues.

  • Deelnemers bekijken het co-design canvas tijdens de boekpresentatie in Pakhuis de Zwijger.

The following tools for Systemic Co-Design can be found on the website:

The Co-Design Canvas, developed by Wina Smeenk, helps people find common ground and align their perspectives.

Voyage’70 is an intervention developed by Justien Marseille that encourages participants to imagine alternative futures that invite them to reinvent that future.

The book Onderwijs tijdens Transities by Bas van den Berg helps education professionals to use dialogues and design assignments to investigate how they can change their own educational practice to contribute to transitions.

Mission Mapping is a methodology developed by Joep Kuijper in which a group collectively represents their challenge in the form of a dynamic map; By continually adding building blocks, the systems on the surface but also those hidden beneath the surface become visible.

30 January 2024