Remotekoot 2021

was a  a hands-on collaborative weekend of children’s rights in design held Jan 30-31

 People of the D4CR global community gathered online  and worked for a weekend in Jan 21

Below we publish the slides from the presentations of the fantastic things that were  created. 

Team 1: Improving the D4CR Guide

 Host: Helsinki D4CR Local Chapter

The main goal of this team was to improve the D4CR guide. The participants were divided into two smaller teams. The first team made an user experience review on the current D4CR guide and ideated solutions to improve the overall user experience, including usability. Here is a link to the user experience prototype:
The second team focused on the onboarding experience and designed a call to action flow for the guide that could help the visitors to start using the guide as a resource for implementing more child-centric practices.

Team 2: Designing for Children in the Times of Crisis

Host: Malmö D4CR Local Chapter

This team was inspired by the Team5’s ongoing work on the D4CR Online Course – and decided to dedicate their work during Remotekoot to contributing to the course. 

Team 4: D4CR Principles by Children 

Host: Eindhoven D4CR Local Chapter 

This team developed and executed an approach to interview children for their take on the principles in the D4CR guide. They interviewed children from the USA, Europe and Asia. The children’s views and wording are used to strengthening childrens’ perspective and voice in the principles of the D4CR guide. 


Team 5: D4CR Online Course

Host: D4CR Online Course Working Group 

Team 6: Localisation & Translation to Hebrew 

Host: Tel Aviv D4CR Local Chapter 

This team has been working on creation of an Israeli Design Guide according to  D4CR Principles. The work included localisation and translation of the principles to Hebrew as well as documentation of existing local products that consider the D4CR Principles.

Team 7: Child Rights in the City

Host: Berlin D4CR Local Chapter

This team will walked in Berlin and Amsterdam, observed and document how children’s rights manifest themselves in the city.  


Team Global Children’s Survey