In order to achieve the aim of breaking down the front door in infrastructure design, we need to look at the values that influence resource use behaviour. We elicited some of these during Workshop 1 : values from workshop 1.
Without including these, we are in fact just focussing on the quantitative aspects of technological interventions and not getting a deeper look into the human complexity of resource use.
One significant outcome from the workshop was the fact that it caused us to redefine our system boundaries. By including options for dealing with waste volume, the ideas developed with the community pushed the system boundary from bins (which we had previously considered as a 'sink') to waste collection, which finally removes the waste from the physical boundary of the estate.
The tools allowed people to discover things themselves as well as giving us the opportunity to explain some things - but we avoided being too didactic and providing too much explanation (which would risk that the flow of discussion and ideation was broken). There is an appetite for engaging with infrastructure and learning about infrastructure and that this was happening was explicitly stated by a participant.