Community, Learning, Opportunity

Supporting community design, Social Innovation and Action Research

A previous post features Nesta’s very useful toolkit for project design and implementation planning: the DIY Toolkit.

Again drawing on innovative support material from the ‘development’ world. We can find a fantastic resource that is available as an open source toolkit, to support what is in effect Social Innovation and Action Research design and implementation. This from ( :

Human Centred Design ( and ( provide tools, support material and

The Field Guide to Human-Centered Design available here:

“Designing for

  • access
  • resilience
  • choice
  • wellbeing
  • prosperity
  • safety
  • health
  • equity
  • transformation is a nonprofit design studio.
We design products and services alongside organizations that are committed to creating a more just and inclusive world.”

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