This paper outlines some experimental work undertaken to help co-create service designs in the healthcare domain of reablement. The paper outlines the background to the experimental work before reviewing relevant academic literature in the innovation space, specifically encompassing triple-helix concepts and living labs. The paper then presents the findings from the experimental work before concluding with a discussion on the findings. The discussion is primarily concerned with the usefulness of a novel ‘pop-up’ living lab conception.
|Title of host publication||Proceedings Living Lab Summer School Research Workshop|
|Place of Publication||Manchester|
|Publication status||Published - 27 Aug 2013|
Bond, R. R., Mulvenna, M., Kane, D., Bolster, A., Finlay, D., & Martin, S. (2013). Pop-up Living Labs: Experiments in Co-creating Service Design with Diverse Stakeholders in Hackerspace Communities. In Proceedings Living Lab Summer School Research Workshop (pp. 109-118). Manchester.