Design & The City workshop: The experience of cyclists when bicycle parking in smart cities

We will set up a workshop at the conference of Design & the City on 22 april 2016, about bicycle parking in smart cities.

Using insights from previous design research on bicycle parking around train stations, you will immerse yourself in the experiences of cyclists, and based on their needs we will co-create ideas for better and smarter bicycle parking solutions in the city. Our approach is based on design research and service design: in the workshop you will get a chance to learn about these powerful approaches to convert insights around people’s everyday experiences into ideas for high impact innovations. You can find more information on the website of Design & The CityThe workshop will last for half a day.

Want to join us?

Prospective participants can apply for this workshop until the 1st of March via ingrid@stby.euWe invite people with different backgrounds to join the workshop, like policymakers, city planners, citizens, designers, entrepeneurs. Because it is a co-creation workshop we welcome people who are creative and openminded to actively participate. Please include your name and some information about yourself. You will be notified soon after the deadline if you have been accepted. Tickets for the workshop are 25 euro. 

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