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ways forwardAfter celebrating our first birthday and in the end zone of our first Professional project we have been looking into how we can develop the group and how we can bring new people with great projects to ARK. A few months ago there was a post about how ARK was envisaged working you can see that article here.Even in this short time this has been changing and evolving. For us though because of the nature of the group and how it works it was always going to happen. So last night we had a discussion about how we could work in the future and also how this would tie in with a new website. The drawings above and below try to express some of the items we discussed. But in basic terms we have divided the company up into ARK LAB which effectively uses social design within organisations and companies. these projects are hoped to help the thinkARK group with development capital for experimental projects that would not be possible without help from the thinkARK as a group and potentially through a bit of financial support.We have been looking at a number of schemes that have a similar feel to what we are trying to get to:openIDEOwefundways forwardWe would really love to hear what everyone else thinks about the idea and what they would want from such a thing. You can see the website in it's current state here (ARK LAB) and the thinkARK section hereTo recap on what was thought during the chat: - We should look at the projects we have already done to look at process- We need to be clear what we are offering - We want people to feel like they can develop projects and ideas with us. they don't need to have something finished- I'll let you decide the rest

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