- Co-creation toolkit activity cards and materials
This project was done in collaboration with the Pacific Autism Family Center and the Health Design Lab at Emily Carr University of Art + Design. This toolkit consists of a series of five activities designed to promote diverse thinking on a specific subject matter. The intention of this toolkit is to visually communicate what available information people used, want, or need in the area of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). This kit was designed to generate information about a family’s experience as well as their needs and wants in terms of support and research for their family member with ASD.
Collaborators: Dina Smallman and Zach Camozzi.