Tag: iterative design

Partnering with Children in Design (Part 1 of 2)

We’ve been creating a digital storytelling module for young people affected by conflicts. Over the past few months, we’ve gone through a few rounds of drafting and editing, and have a prototype ready (thanks to our instructional design volunteers and our collaborators from SMEX). Holding dear to our hearts the design […]

Learning From Failures – QOWA Assessment Part 3

As an organization, we have moved from programmes designed to address specific issues affecting children with very detailed upfront planning and precise execution to ones that are more complex in terms of social, political and environmental impacts. While this kind of planning methodologies work well in some scenarios, they often don’t  work well for […]