Co-design of the pluriversal Commons Model Canvas

Markus Wernli, Justin Sacks

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Are you engaged in a commons-related project – past, present, or future -- or do you want to integrate commoning into a project? This workshop is a supportive space for conference participants engaged with the commons to explore how they conceptualize and communicate the commons internally and externally. The workshop will focus on critiquing and adapting the Commons Model Canvas, an adaptation of the Business Model Canvas created by the workshop organizers to validate their own commoning practices. Participants are invited to complete a Commons Model Canvas for their project, share this work with the group for discussion, and to participate in adapting the Commons Model Canvas for future use. Based on our own research through design, participants can expect: to expand their knowledge about the commons and pluriversal design, to gain insightful peer feedback on their commoning projects, and to forge a potential peer network for future collaboration.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationExploratory Papers, Workshops, Places, Situated Actions and Doctoral Colloquium
EditorsVasilis Vlachokyriakos, Joyce Yee, Christopher Frauenberger, Melisa Duque Hurtado, Nicolai Hansen, Angelika Strohmayer, Izak Van Zyl, Andy Dearden, Reem Talhouk, Cally Gatehouse, Donna Leishman, Shana Agid, Mariacristina Sciannamblo, Jennyfer Taylor, Andrea Botero, Chiara Del Gaudio, Yoko Akama, Rachel Clarke, John Vines
PublisherAssociation for Computing Machinery (ACM)
Number of pages4
ISBN (Electronic)9781450396813
Publication statusPublished - 19 Aug 2022

Publication series

NameACM International Conference Proceeding Series


  • relational commons
  • pluriversal design
  • more-than-human design
  • communities of flourishing
  • Network architectures
  • Network design principles
  • Cultural characteristics


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