Our project operations go through three main stages, from issue research, service design, to verification iteration. Throughout the entire process, we fully integrate the application of technological tools to enhance team efficiency.

Issue Research Stage: We delve deep into exploring social issues, utilizing qualitative and quantitative research methods such as desktop research, interviews, surveys, and workshops to understand various perspectives and the current status of the issues.
Service Design Stage: Using various design thinking tools such as user journey maps, empathy maps, value proposition canvases, etc., we collect and listen to user needs, focus on key insights, and design service solutions that meet their needs.
Verification Iteration Stage: After planning the service solutions, we proceed with prototyping, hypothesis establishment, and experimentation, emphasizing feedback collection and data gathering. We gradually verify its value and impact on users on a small scale and maintain an open iterative spirit to continuously optimize the service.
Project Overview
Sunbathing Online
Individuals with disabilities often face challenges when going out, including accessibility facilities, transportation, and the availability of companions. These difficulties increase the complexity of going out for people with disabilities, and traveling becomes an even greater challenge. We have also discovered that travel not only helps broaden horizons but is also an important way for individuals with disabilities to connect with the outside world and integrate into society. Therefore, we have developed online live streaming tours specifically designed for people with disabilities, allowing them to enjoy the fun of traveling simply by opening their screens online, thus opening up possibilities for exploring the world.
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Child Development and Early Intervention
Before going to kindergartens at the ages of between 0 and 3, children are experiencing the critical period for brain development. By the age of 3, 80-90% of children's brains are already developed. During this time, children develop at different speeds, and some of them will require more activities to facilitate their brain development. These activities are referred to as early intervention. According to scientific researches, we already know that if children can receive early intervention services before 3 years old, they will achieve developmental improvements more efficiently!
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