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Project Recoding Green Effect, Human Rights and different viewing angles Konstantinos Lizos Jon-Robert Skårberg Pauline Esposito
Introduction Recoding / Re-design concept – Different themes, grading evaluation as a critical decision on a team basis – Participatory Design, materials that we used – Evaluating results and establishing milestones – Cooperative contribution was the key success of this venture – Final design as a recoded design for each project
Criteria for projects Imagination, creativity & innovation Practicality, feasibility, presentation and applicability potential Social perspective (correlation with STS and Participatory Design) Concept affecting environment and public sphere Recoding criteria
First Project Thinking out of the box
Second Project Resource conservation
Third Project Farm in a house Corn Sweet TarhanaWalnuts Wheat Tarhana Corn flakes Oregano Granulated sugar Tubes used as pipes Chamomile Rice Wild Tea white beans lentils Yellow lentils
Sixth Project with a bicycle or tricycleTake a hike
Seventh Project Is privacy in the eye of the beholder?
Eighth Project [1/2] Reversing angle Bottle on a ship Changing angle
Final design as a recoded design Each design adheres to different themes, only limited by our imagination Simple, everyday products can be transformed to different notions, ideas, practises, policies. Our three main targets were A) Green & art and B) Privacy considerations, C) reverse angle We employed the Participatory Design as the main methodology to converge on decisions, based on the criteria that we established
Conclusions Thinking out of the box Expanding our imagination Integrating and communal themes (i.e. Privacy) Apply differing lenses onto project lifecycle Outcome The former enabled us to expand our horizons, to view the world differently and contribute for its sustainability, to understand our rights and our responsibilities as individuals and citizens.