We have been working with ESC for almost two years now. It has been a period of building a better understanding of Systemic Co-Design (SCD) and how we can work on this together with the network. We have a program in which we organize moments during the year to learn from each other and also to work on possible forms of collaboration. As of March 1st, the partner network will be expanded with a number of new partners. To give you an idea of the past year, we have created a magazine, which you can download under this. In this magazine you will find interviews as well as a retrospective of the activities. You will also read an update on the development of the ideas about Systemic Co-Design.
In this magazine
You can read a review of the activities and the RSD conference with an explanation of the ESC learning program and an overview article about working on Systemic Co-Design itself. The magazine also contains five interviews. This is how Liliya Terzieva talks about her first year as a lecturer within the ESC team. Researchers and her view on Systemic Co-Design. Armand van Oostrom and Claudia Mayer and practice partner Michael Kunst from Innovation Quarter share experiences about the ESMEE project, one of the first ESC research projects currently underway. Bas van den Berg looks back on his second year of ESC and his drive to transform education. Merel van der Woude from Design Innovation Group gave a workshop on systemic working together with Jürg Thölke during the ESConference on May 22 and shares her experiences. Last but not least an interview with Tomasz Jaskiewicz about his work as a lecturer at Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences and the collaboration with ESC.