On October 30th, closing the Torino Design of the City 2020, from 9.30 am to 7 pm at the Circolo del Design in Torino, Hackability proposes a day to experiment and improve the kit that is developing to trigger processes of co-design, open innovation and social impact.
Hackability is a non-profit company, which recently won the Honorable Mention of the XXVI Compasso d’Oro ADI Award, which uses co-designing to bring designers, makers, digital artisans, people with disabilities and activate “smart” communities, who know how to solve problems related to autonomy and care, in a process that creates objects, solutions, but also inclusion, and new expertise.
How do you make designers work “with” people and not “for” people? That technical and ideative competences are an enabling tool in a path that gives protagonism to all the people involved and that allows, questioning traditional hierarchical relationships, to share competences and at the same time to reach a common solution? Hackability is a place of continuous comparison and experimentation on these issues, the design group tutored by Andrea Gaiardo who is conceiving the Hackability Trigger Kit 1.0 is a treasure trove of five years of experience and offers some simple working tools to its community and to anyone interested in managing co-design processes with social impact.
Registration is mandatory, while places last, by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.