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dc.contributor.authorZamenopoulos, T-
dc.contributor.authorKelemen, M-
dc.contributor.authorNa, J-
dc.identifier.citation2017, pp. S3601 - S3610 (10)en_US
dc.description.abstractThis paper discusses main findings of a pilot study, which explored how co-design and co-production could support asset-based community development. Increasingly, community developments have shifted toward an ‘asset-based’ approach, which concentrates on uncovering and mobilising existing assets in a community to create new opportunities. The study experimented with different co-design techniques to investigate how they could help identify unrecognised assets. Four pilot studies were conducted with key stakeholders in four communities. The study brought together researchers and local communities with the objective to co-design, co-develop and co-analyse the pilots. The results suggested that co-design was perceived as empowering. In most cases, it was ‘people’ that were regarded the most important assets in a community. Engaging people in a creative process could help them appreciate their skills, knowledge and creativity, and recognise themselves as assets. This research advanced the knowledge in Social Design by demonstrating how co-design could support community developments.en_US
dc.format.extentS3601 - S3610 (10)-
dc.sourceThe European Academy of Design-
dc.sourceThe European Academy of Design-
dc.subjectCo-design, Asset-based Community Developmenten_US
dc.subjectCommunity Engagementen_US
dc.subjectCreative/Art-based Methodologyen_US
dc.titleUnearth Hidden Assets through Community Co-design and Co-productionen_US
pubs.publication-statusPublished online-
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