Examples of Recent Work: Images

FutureBNE 2016

Australia Council Innovation Lab

Redirective Practice

Pimpama State Secondary College Designer in Residence Program

Cognitive Redirective Mapping

We have developed the method of Cognitive Redirective Mapping over the past few years through using it to develop and advance our own practice, see how we do this in our Think Outside presentation, in community led workshops and to help organisations rethink and redesign their practice.

Cognitive Redirective Mapping helps participants conceptually understand the past, present and future and the complex ways that they connect and inform current practices. With an understanding of the past and the future that is coming towards us we are able to design in a creative, future thinking way.

Read more about Cognitive Redirective Mapping here and here.