Other team members involved: Freyja Björnsdottir, Anton Blomster, Jesper Andersson, Hans Lindberg.
During the bachelor programme in Interaction design at Malmö University we got to work together with a project that was held by Malmö City. An Innovation challenge Malmö city called "Sharing for Affordable and Climate Smart Living". Where the purpose was to propose ways to create a sustainable new neighborhood in Segevång, Malmö.
During this project me and my group members conducted field research, benchmarking, mind mapping, sketching and mapping of touchpoints.
For this project, I worked together with a few classmates on a project called we named Echo points. It is a model for implementing a "local currency" for a the Malmö neighborhood. Echo is a local currency that uses points that you can earn through making climate smart choices in your neighborhood, and then you use these points to trade for services or products. You can use and access your "points" though your smartphone, the Echo points website and though your house tags.
Echo Points was later picked up by one of the finalists in the innovation challenge called "Bring your plant" and was implemented it into their final concept for the competition.
As a continuation from the project Echo points, I got to do some further illustration work for a project called "Bring your plant". "Bring your plant" is a project that was competing in the Malmö city challenge "Sharing for Affordable and Climate Smart Living".
To make our two concepts work together, Echo points and Bring your plant, they wanted to have the same types of illustrations through all of the work, and I was glad to help out. I was assigned to create a map over the different types of social interactions in their concept.