Farm PEP Co-design blogs
Farm PEP aims to connect knowledge exchange in agriculture. It is a work in progress and we are co-designing the project openly, in an iterative process, involving as many stakeholders as possible in order to develop a vibrant online knowledge-sharing community.
The posts below outline our evolving vision and progress to date with an updated summary of what Farm-PEP will be . However, Farm-PEP won't work without your involvement so please let us know what you think by commenting on the posts below, asking questions and completing our short survey. We welcome your input!
1. Report on Impact of Covid19 on Knowledge Exchange
2. Farm-PEP Challenge Statement
3. Setting out the Ethos for Farm-PEP
4. Initial Ideas
5. Important Stakeholders
6. Managing Content (first thoughts - now superseded)
7. Possible Business Models
8. Key Questions
9. Insights from Workshop
12. Content Revisited
13. Revised Wireframes
14. Updated Summary
16. Value Proposition
Having now designed wireframes and prototyped the architecture, the Farm-PEP site is now being built at https://farmpep-dev.creative.coop.
We hope to have this open to users to start…Read more
We've drafted a page to set out what farmpep.net is, how it works and what we expect from users. We'd appreciate your feedback and improvements to this.
The Designs for Farm-PEP are progressing - we've focused on trying to get a clear distinction between 'Stewarded' content and 'Community' content using blue and green colours respectively.… Read more
We now have a full set of wireframes for the main views and pages for Farm-PEP. These give the structure to the site and show the functionality that will be provided, and has been prototyped. The…Read more
We've been thinking about how to manage and visualise Topics in Farm-PEP. Ideally the structure we adopt would neatly fit with the listings that others have adopted to classify their content,…Read more
We've been trying to more clearly & simply define what Farm-PEP is, to get to a clear value proposition of why users should engage.
What do you think of the statement below?… Read more