Partnering with Unicef HQ in New York to create a toolkits that unlocks creativity in adolescents.
2014 - 2016
Matter Of Form worked with UNICEF to design, develop and produce the Adolescent Kit for Inspiration and Innovation; a physical and digital service provision purchased by Program Coordinators and delivered by local facilitators - with the core goal of boosting creativity and entrepreneurialism amongst the world’s most impoverished young people.
After an initial successful version one launch across Africa and Asia, work on version two has just been completed, and is now in the process of rolling out worldwide. When MOF were commissioned to work on the project, the Adolescent Kit had already been in development for over 5 years, yet remained in a fairly prototypical state. Unfortunately, the UNICEF team now found themselves in a seemingly impossible situation, as the deadline for delivery loomed only 4 months away.
The original ‘version one’ agency brief was therefore pretty clear: Help UNICEF turn the numerous ideas, drafts and prototypes circulating the New York office into a powerful set of tools and communication materials that program coordinators will want to order; facilitators easily deliver; and adolescents find fundamentally valuable and inspiring.