Submissions:2023/Open Future Design Workshop
- Open Future Design Workshop
- Recent Changes, Wild Ideas
Type of session:
Together with workshop participants, we will co-develop a Design Pattern Language for envisioning, exploring, and enacting the future. In the Minnesota 2050 project, participants were selected from a variety of professions and leadership roles to produce scenarios for local energy and land use, and combined modelling with scenario planning (Olabisi et al., 2010). Addressing the world’s largest problems requires both new ways to bridge between the viewpoints and skill-sets of, e.g., professional futurists, programmers, data scientists, local farmers—and to draw on the insights of citizen scientists (Wildschut, 2017). To engage with this complexity, we have proposed to use and develop a collection of (“virtual”) patterns of patterns that work fluently across domains, levels, and spheres of endeavor (Corneli et al., 2021). A shorter version of this workshop introducing the concepts was done at Wikimania 2023 (Video on YouTube). It draws on previous workshops we did at the:
- 2022 Anticipation Conference "Techniques Workshop: Going meta, anticipating anticipation: a workshop"
- 2021 PLoP (Pattern Languages of Programming) Conference "Workshop: Flaws of the Cool City"
- 2021 Oxford Brookes University Creative Industry Festival "Dragon versus Monkey: A kaijū introduction to Peeragogy"
- 2021 Connected Learning Summit 🐉 vs 🐒: A kaijū introduction to Peeragogy
- Mr. Danoff's Teaching Laboratory
- 60 to 90 minutes
- Can someone else join with me remotely?
Have you presented on this topic previously? If yes, where/when?:
- 2023 Wikimania, 2022 Anticipation Conference, 2021 Pattern Languages of Programming Conference, 2021 Oxford Brookes University Creative Industry Festival, 2021 Connected Learning Summit
Okay to livestream?
- Livestreaming is okay
If your submission is not accepted, would you be open to presenting your topic in another part of the program? (e.g. lightning talk or unconference session)