CO-DESIGN : WHY WE DO IT & HOW YOU CAN GET INVOLVED

 

We are lucky to have had a fantastic group of young volunteers with Down's Syndrome working with us throughout the research and development stages of our game design on Millie Moreorless. Our time trying out ideas with the children who come to see us is integral to our design process - and one of the most enjoyable and rewarding aspects of our work. 

We believe our games should be great fun and rewarding for all players, and that the narrative surrounding them should represent players with learning difficulties as they would wish, so it is important to us that these young people are intrinsically involved in shaping the games with us. 

There are a number of options for how you can join our co-design activities, and there should be something to suit everyone! Please scroll down for more information, and get in touch with us through the contact form below if anything catches your interest.

 

CO - DESIGN SESSIONS WITH US

We visit many schools and Down's Syndrome support groups around the UK, so that children, teachers and parents have the chance to play our latest prototypes and let us know how we could improve them. It is a great way for us to meet you, and find out more about what you are looking for in the world of learning and play.

If you would like us to visit your school or group next, please say hello below!

 

CO - DESIGN AT HOME

We can send you demos of one of our new games to try at home. If you are interested in getting a first look at what we are working on, and sharing your thoughts with us so we can build them into our designs, let us know below! 

At present we are developing two new maths games to follow on from Millie Moreorless and would love your feedback.

 

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Somerset House, where we sometimes hold play-testing workshops. There are lots of lovely cafes all around this courtyard!

Somerset House, where we sometimes hold play-testing workshops. There are lots of lovely cafes all around this courtyard!