Gigamapping is a systems-oriented design technique that uses super-extensive mapping across multiple layers and scales to construct a rich picture of real-life complexity. Gigamaps are system maps that both facilitate the early stages of a complex design inquiry and provide final form artifacts for reflection or implementation for social and technical systems. systemsorienteddesign.net
The Systemic Design Toolkit was designed by Kristel Van Ael (Namahn) and developed by an SDA team for public and training versions of the toolkit. The Toolkit is a collection of over 40 canvases assigned to design actions in a seven-stage co-creation methodology to engage organisational and societal complexity.
Kristel and Peter Jones are publishing a handbook using the Toolkit in early 2022. http://systemicdesigntoolkit.or
Synthesis mapping produces high-quality representations of insights drawn from research evidence, It presents visual models of systemic patterns discovered through multidisciplinary observations, and it communicates to stakeholders and interested observers the processes, interventions and possible strategies and policy interventions in a complex system. Synthesis maps are typically designed as communicative artifacts that translate multiple knowledge perspectives about social systems to illustrate the dilemmas and challenges within a complex system scenario.
SystemViz explores how visuals can enhance systems thinking, especially as it relates to inter-disciplinary, collaborative design. Findings are expressed as visual codexes and other applied tools.
FEI supports the aim that sustainability leadership ensures that living beings on earth will thrive in evolutionary fitness. Organizations, public and private, and enterprises of all kinds, can contribute to the assurance of net benefit to life and habitats by adapting business models to new economic outcomes and organizational practices to preferred flourishing values.