Card-based design tool

The project activities and outcomes generated resources that had the potential to be of value to designers, educators, entrepreneurs, manufacturers and policy makers. To translate these into an accessible and useable format, coding and clustering produced an order and knowledge framework that was translated by the Principal Investigator and Co-Investigator into a design tool. The tool was translated into a fold-out card-based format and web resource. These were distributed to the academic collaborators and an identified contacts in the 146 countries on the Development Assistance Committee (DAC) List.