Cornwall By Design:
- International visitors to Dott Cornwall from 10 countries.
- 25 Dott talks given internationally.
- Social innovation designing communities.
- 200 residents of 1.325 population engaged in the project.
- 80% of consumers said Cornish produce could benefit from better promotion.
- 4.5 m tonnes of CO2 emitted from Cornwall into the atmosphere each year.
- Linking buyers and sellers of Cornish produce enterprise from Cornwall with love.
- Connected share the road.
- Sustainability eco design challenge.
- £6.500 awarded to pupil to refurbish their school.
- Catalyzing an innovation-led approach to public services.
- 35/45 schools took part in the project.
- 3/5 new service concepts at the prototype stage.
- 149 ideas submitted to the website.
- Ideas serious play.
- A playground that could supply power to the national Grid.
- Big society.
- Skills New York.
- Cornwall GDP grows.
- Bringing people together to create change and make good things happen.
- 500 people engaged.
- 8 months ahead of schedule, targets achieved.
- Design, big design challenge.
- New thinking.
- 84 challenges submitted.
- Skills 50+.
Designing communities showcased design as a tool to stimulate community engagement and nurture social cohesion; as a result a vibrant new neighborhood centre is much closer to becoming a reality.
New York targeted local people at risk of redundancy, improving the signposts to new employment opportunities in 21st century Cornwall.
Dott resonates across the globe drawing visitors to the country from around the world to hear project stories first hand.
Dott worked at grassroots level to support new ways of bringing people together to create change and make good things happen.
From Cornwall with Love worked creatively with businesses, consumers and others to increase the visibility of local products and produce, as a result a Cornish hamper was marketed and sold by a London
Serious Play co-designed play equipment with children and community groups to educate, create energy and inspire a new generation of play, it will be installed at Gweal an Top in Redruth.
The Eco Design Challenge got year 8 pupils across Cornwall to explore what design could do to reduce the ecological footprint of their school, with the winning school hoping to make their proposal a reality.
The Big Design Challenge uncovered what matters most to people and, through community action, inspired them to co-design practical solutions with the potential to improve lives.
New thinking. Dott has helped catalyze an innovation-led approach by Cornwall Council in the creation and delivery of public services across the country.
50+ worked with people and businesses to co-create ways to help older people find new work and stay in their jobs for longer. Three of the concepts developed during the project by inclusion Cornwall.
Share the Road is developing an innovative transport club, relevant to local needs, that addresses the problems of traffic and parking congestion.
More information dottcornwall.com
Supported by: Design Council | Cornwall council | University College Falmouth | Technology Strategy Board - Driving Innovation | Convergence for Economic Transformation