EpislowingTM

Slow down the spread of health threats (viruses, diseases, bacteria, etc.)
Mitigate impacts on social ties and reduce isolation.
Mitigate the impacts on economic activity and work-related activities.
Mitigate the psychological and human consequences of the crisis and post-crisis.
Quickly make your organization or community self-sufficient.
Be prepared if another crisis occurs.
Integrate your organization and its members into the solution process

Our process

  • 01
    Diagnosis
  • Set the right questions and start with the right data.

  • 02
    Potentials or Improvements
  • Generate maximum ideas and potential.

  • 03
    Pilot Projects
  • Iterate while validating to avoid losses and costly errors.

  • 04
    Design brief
  • Formalize design guidelines to orient the various stakeholders.

  • 01
    Diagnosis
  • Set the right questions and start with the right data.

  • 02
    Potentials or Improvements
  • Generate maximum ideas and potential.

  • 03
    Pilot Projects
  • Iterate while validating to avoid losses and costly errors.

  • 04
    Design brief
  • Formalize design guidelines to orient the various stakeholders.

    • Epislowing allows the implementation of impact mitigation and adaptation measures to health crises (current and future). This methodology also aims to ensure that the physical environment and the participatory process of creating that environment (remotely when required) are therapeutic and resilient for the affected populations and organizations.

      It is achieved through a participatory and collaborative process using collective intelligence and inspired by design thinking and design innovation. The methodology usually includes 4 main phases: Diagnosis, Proposals or Improvements, Pilot Projects, and the Design Brief.

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