It is deficient to standardise and use linear methods and frameworks to evaluate the impact from initiatives that attempt to intervene and solve wicked problems. Often, change projects are designed, delivered, monitored and assessed within the confines of predetermined expectations to produce, evidence, and report specific results. Such prescribed expectation fails to consider the context of operation, the metamorphosis of the project, the mindset of people involved and the external factors that may wield pressure to produce specified or random outcomes. This project was inspired by the broader theme of 'change', intently zooming into the fundamental dynamics of evaluating change across contested sociological questions of human wellbeing and emotions.The project's output was a design framework that communicates the complexity of evaluating intervention outcomes, particularly for multidimensional concepts of emotional worlds and wellbeing, that require long-term evidencing.
In collaboration with MASS Design Group - The Ellen DeGeneres Campus of the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund