Event Alumni

Alumni – Professional Conference #3: Co-creation Cases

Hour: 7.30pm
Place: Moritz Factory Barcelona (Ronda Sant Antoni 39-41. Barcelona)

The ELISAVA Alumni Association in cooperation with the BCD Barcelona Design Centre organizes the first Professional Conference of the academic year 2013-2014, under the title of «Co-creation Cases». The event will take place on Wednesday 23th October at 7.30pm at the Moritz Factory in Barcelona.

Co-creation is a creative and social process based on the collaboration, whose goal is to create experiences that provoke criticisms, combinations and new business opportunities.

Elisava Alumni and the BCD Barcelona Design Centre invite you to discover different success cases developed from this work process:

Ulule, a crowfunding platform. Rubén Gutiérrez, responsible of the platform in Spain, will run the conference and will explain the concept of Micro-sponsorship

Boníssim Europa is a project that combines journalism, cuisine and travelling to create healthy life links between Europe and Catalunya through their best bloggers Pau Sabater and Clara Balmaña, former students of the Higher Degree in Design at ELISAVA who are in charge of the project.

Domestic Data Streamers is a group that makes interventions in areas used for traffic where they interpret subjective data in real time via computer graphics. Pau Garcia and Dani Llugany, who are also former students of the Higher Degree in Design at ELISAVA and two of the members of the group, will be in charge of presenting the results of their interventions.

El Nan Casteller - Puxxle. The fusion of these two projects intended for children, a construction game and a decorative object, has created a new project with a playful and participatory component. Ana Tarragona (El Nan Casteller) and Catarina Lente (Puxxle) are in charge of the conference.

Limited places. It is necessary to confirm the assistance through the attached form.

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