PEER-TO-PEER
DESIGN
STRATEGIES

Methodologies

methodologies

Workshops

workshops

Toolkit: Pickpic

toolkit

Peer-to-peer design methodologies are a series of techniques that allow a team of graphic designers working in a peer-to-peer environment. These methodologies maximize the effect of collaboration in a group, taking advantage from all the individual creativities involved in the process as well as helping developing a new group creativity.

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Peer-to-peer design workshops are a series of workshops addressed to graphic designers. The participants are asked to complete a design commission in short time using new peer-to-peer collaboration methods.

During the workshops participants have been asked to respond to different kind of briefs, from self-initiated projects, to graphic design competitions, to real jobs.

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Pickpic is a set of self written internet applications developed to help graphic designers who want to work in an environment based on peer-to-peer collaboration.

Pickpic is not meant as a replacement of the traditional graphic design softwares but as a cross-platform layers that can be applied on top of such a tools.

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Toolkit available at: http://pickpic.parcodiyellowstone.it

p2p design strategies

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methodologies

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toolkit

peer-to-peer design strategies have been kindly and carefully tested by:

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Alexandre Leray [FR]
Albert Joongstra [NL]
Annemieke van der Hoek [NL]
Cristina Bianchi [IT]
Emanuele Conti [IT]
Eva Lindeman [NL]
Farrah Shakeel [PK]
Loredana Bontempi [IT]
Malgorzata Józefczak [PL]
Manuel Colombo [IT]
Megan Hoogenboom [NL]
Michael van Schaik [NL]
Özalp Eröz [TR]
Renee Olde Monnikhof [NL]
Serena Williams [NL/USA]
Stéphanie Vilayphiou [FR]
Valentina Faravelli [IT]
Vincenzo Onnembo [IT] ------------------------