- Define a loose scope
- Come up with some scenarios to help your exploration
- Some structure is needed to help guide the experience
- Do some dry runs / rehearsals with colleagues to identify possible shortcomings - address those as necessary
- Find some participants
- Aim for participation from a broad audience not just the people who fit the "average".
- Give sufficient detail and time and correspondence.
- Observe and facilitate co-creation
- Record with video and photos (consent required)
- Participants themselves can also be given tools and opportunity to document their thoughts and observations
- Give opportunity to individuals to reflect and document their personal "stories", designs, thoughts using multiple modalities (some examples may be include scribbing/drawing, keyboard typing, voice recording or voice to text. https://guide.inclusivedesign.ca/practices/CommunicateMultimodally.html)
- Give opportunity for individuals and groups work to refine ideas and iterate on their ideas.
- Give opportunity for groups and individuals to inspire each other through presenting the presention of ideas.
- Ensure the pacing is sufficient, with appropriate breaks.
- Don't try to do too much. Be respectful of time.
- Build a good relationship with participants to allow for future opportunities