Collaborative Context Mapping is one of the standard methods we have adapted within the IF co-creation approach.
Our co-creation approach involves a mix of guided collaborative visualisation activities and group discussions.
Urban and plastic waste management and recycling facilities in the City of Cancún in Quintana Roo province are poorly developed.
We cooperate with local networks to prepare transfer and implementation of proofed concepts and tools helping to address diverse challenges by a tailored format of field trips and workshops.
Supported by a study tour and the Solution Transfer Workshop in 2019, two solution providers are now planning the adaptation of their products and services to the local context of the Cancún area.
Co-creating a renewable energy approach for fishing and farming communities around Lake Hashenge in the North of Ethiopia.
The Solution Transfer and Ideation Workshop in Mekelle in November 2019 brought together local multidisciplinary experts and makers with representatives of the user communities for an initial co-creation process.
Participants collaborate over 3-4 intensive days in a workshop setting to generate and refine innovative ideas.