"The best school is not one school." That is the tagline of the MEDes design programme. However, this five year, trans-European course has no centre where its identity and memories can be both collected and shared.
User-centered research Workshop
This project involved combining a service design and meta-design approach to discover what the MEDes experience means to different members. Findings were expressed through through a collection of personal stories and a set of brand values
Findings were expressed through through a collection of personal stories and a set of brand values, created using meta-design techniques.
Developing a digital service
Research outcomes led to a new, interactive online service where members of the programme could connect, learn and collaborate.
Project Dates: April 2014 - present
Collaborators: Santiago Taberna, Martina Dellepiane, Lucia Cosma, Ole Thomas Tørresen, Lorenzo Piazzoli Key Skills: Service Design, Design Research, Ethnographic Research, Meta-Design, Branding and Identity