The LOOPER methodology is divided into three stages: problem identification; co-design and evaluation; and implementation and monitoring. The timeline below shows the steps within the different stages and links to examples from Living Labs in Brussels, Manchester, and Verona.
Identify affected communities and the context of the problems.PROBLEM IDENTIFICATION
Collect data to identify the scope, location and type of problems directly with citizens.PROBLEM IDENTIFICATION
Visualisations of the collected data are published on the LOOPER platform and discussed at local workshops.PROBLEM IDENTIFICATION
Citizens engage in qualitative and interactive online and face-to-face deliberation activities to propose solutions.CO-DESIGN & EVALUATION
A multi-criteria analysis (MCA) is used to appraise the sustainability of co-designed solutions and the Multi-Actor Multi-Criteria Analysis (MAMCA) to identify stakeholders’ preferences.
CO-DESIGN & EVALUATION