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      Accelerated Experience Based Co-Design (AEBCD)
    A modified version of EBCD in which a pre- recorded trigger film is used as the trigger material during co-design events.
This animated video on a hypothetical scenario offers a useful oversight of the co-design approach and the required mind set of bringing together user experience and equal partnership in co-designing.
Principles and values
The way of thinking when considering co-design can be thought of as a set of values and principles. The Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) in the UK have identified four critical values:
Equality – everyone has assets
o The principle is that everyone has skills, abilities and time to contribute and that no-one group or person is more or less important than another.
o The process is inclusive and diverse to represent all the stakeholders. This may require special efforts and alternative approaches to ensure seldom heard and hard to reach groups are included.
o Attention to accessibility is required to ensure everyone has an equal
opportunity to participate as fully as they can in an activity in a way that suits them best.

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