DESIGNING for CHILDREN GUIDE

Integrating children’s rights & ethics into the design process

Here lives the first version, the Minimum Lovable Guide that integrates Chilren’s Rights and Ethics into the heart of the design process. The guide was created by 70+ heroes – designers, psychologists, educators- during a 48-hour talkoot* event in Helsinki 19-21.01.2018 

A diverse group of heroes: designers, researchers, psychologists, experts on children’s rights and other professionals came together in Talkoot* 19-21.1.2018 to create an open and free digital guide to integrate the children’s rights to the design process. Please note, this is the very first version and will be defined further. Use the guide, in your design practice, give feedback that will be encorporated into the second iteration of the guide and join the discussion!

*”Talkoot is a Finnish expression for a gathering of friends and neighbours to accomplish a task. […] The task of the talkoot may be something that is a common concern for the good of the group or it may be to help someone with a task that exceeds his or her own capacity.” (Wikipedia)

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INTRO

What are we trying to achieve and why. Find out →

PRINCIPLES

Design principles for designing with children’s rights and ethics. 
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METHODS

Design methods and practices with children’s rights and ethics.
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Principles, Methods and Practices presented at the Talkoot:

(Format: Google Slides)

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*"Talkoot is a Finnish expression for a gathering of friends and neighbours to accomplish a task. […] The task of the talkoot may be something that is a common concern for the good of the group or it may be to help someone with a task that exceeds his or her own capacity." (Wikipedia)