“Co-designing = collaborating, including and designing WITH people that will use, deliver or engage with a service or product” (Ingrid Burkett, 2016)
Co-design Review - Literature & Practice
This review of co-design literature and practice provides us with a strong foundation to understand co-design and how it has been applied in similar settings.
Action Plan Co-design Toolkit
This toolkit is designed for a facilitator or group to pick up and use. So that any community or cohort group can create their own action plan.
Case Study - Youth Action Plan to End Homelessness
This Case Study takes you on a visual journey of how we applied and tested the Action Plan Co-design Toolkit.
Policy Design Resources
The Policy Experience Lab (PEXL) is a partnership of social designers who collectively design shareable resources to improve the way we develop policy. We have updated some resources here and these will continue to develop over time.
Danjoo Koorliny - Walking together towards everyone
having a place to sleep and call home
Insights on a co-design process for Aboriginal housing and homelessness. These as well as the Action Plan Co-design Toolkit give a good indication of what is possible for Collaborative Procurement processes.
In late 2018, WA Alliance to End Homelessness commissioned the Centre for Social Impact UWA to undertake a project to better understand co-design and how we can apply it to ending homelessness in Western Australia. The resources below were developed for the benefit of everyone working to end homelessness in WA and are free to download and use.
If you have any questions about these resources, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org