[This is a ‘Now page’, and perhaps you would like to make one too?]
What we’re working on now
Using the design Double Diamond to help us to design a service that helps people to live a life well lived.
- Reflect on the work in our first ten years
- Explore and define the activities we delivered, the impact they had and on who, and the assumptions underlying them
- Capture questions that articulate those assumptions we have defined
- Design an interview process that helps us to explore and interrogate those assumptions
- Recruit people to take part in the interview process
- Design our first test, or prototype, based on what we learn in the interviews
What we’re looking for
- Support with adopting the lightest possible weight compliance that is in proportion with the small amount of activity we are currently undertaking
- People who want to take part in the interviews we’re designing:
- People looking to work in a different way than they are currently working
- People who want to find new ways to progress in life and work
- People who want to make more of a difference in the world
- People who want to take what they learned during the pandemic to live a life of their choosing
Questions that hold our attention
- How might we help people to define a change and take steps to make that change happen in a way that is affordable and accessible to many?
- How might we position ourselves to be open to as many people as possible – a universal provision – and to bring people together who wouldn’t otherwise meet?
- How might we change the world, one individual at a time? When one person changes their life, how might that encourage those around them to make changes too?
- Make personal transformation fun, accessible, and affordable
- Develop a means through which people can develop themselves in a supportive community, shoulder to shoulder with others, so that we all help to lift the tide together*
- Help people to define the change they want to make in the world, and get the skills and resources they need to be that change
* The rising tide might just lift all boats, pursued in this way (rather than this way)
Last updated March 2022. Inspired by Emily Bazalgette.