Tthe new design education; the need and opportunity of building new competences with and the project stakeholders.
Skills in co-design and sustainable living were developed. However, at the time, the project needed much stronger support and input from universities and organisations to utilise skill creation and design education. (Sustainable Everyday & Urban Reforestation)
Designing solutions collectively and discussing challenges is a very key component in influencing policy changes and business models to change to improve the way peri-urban agricultural land is managed, maintained and preserved. (Sustainable Everyday & Village Well)
Stakeholders in the project saw the importance of design-led approach which encouraged collaboration and co-design to inform a multifaceted and effective local food hub concept. (Sustainable Everyday & Pollen Studio)
This project is part of (but not exclusive to) a broader farming training network loosely assembled under the Izindaba Zokudla umbrella. As such the application is designed to support other training activities in Soweto. In terms of design education this project impacts directly towards furthering knowledge related to ICT4D. (Design Society Development DESIS Lab)
The design team have redesigned the planting process and co-designed with the administrator according to the IDP’s capability. All IDPs were initially taught how to plant, through observe the difficulties they may encounter in the planting process were identified, and then iteratively the process was improved. (JU DESIS Lab)
The service system of the farm offers nutritional knowledge to the users. If the users go to farm to do some farm work, the farm will give the users some planting education and provide them with agricultural knowledge.
It is good for citizens to be able to experience green idyllic beauty and embrace the feeling of the nature. Further more, it provides an opportunity to gain knowledge and skills about agriculture and organic food. (JU DESIS Lab)
It is good for citizens to release themselves in green idyllic beauty and embrace the feeling of nature. Furthermore it provides an opportunity to practice and learn knowledge and skills about agriculture and organic food. (JU DESIS Lab)
Stakeholders in the project saw the importance of design-led approach which encouraged collaboration and co-design to inform a multifaceted and effective food strategy. (Sustainable Everyday & Field Institute Melbourne)