Global Experience Design for Development? The Case of Digidi Ghana

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Digital Distribution, Digidi, is a global co-operative society, established in Copenhagen in 2003. It is a non-profit, non-governmental organization that has successfully established a global digital distribution net, through which shareholders can sell digital cultural products . Digidi Ghana is an attempt to develop this idea into a global fair trade concept within a development agenda. The paper discusses if Digidi Ghana can be seen as an example of how value based experience design can be used as a tool for international development within a global experience economy. The discussion is structured with the themes of communication, power and evaluation as represented in Ralph Stacey’s theory of complex responsive processes. It draws inspiration from organisational theory and communication for development, and suggests thematic perspectives for future discussions of transnational value based experience management, cross boundary experience design and the future use of experiences in international development.
Publikationsdato13 nov. 2008
StatusIkke-udgivet - 13 nov. 2008
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