Co-creation sites

hitRECord
“HITRECORD is an open-collaborative production company, and this website is where we make things together. “The site is divided into several genres, and you can choose which one to contribute to: WRITING SINGING ACTING EDITING FILMING PHOTOGRAPHY DESIGN MUSIC ILLUSTRATION. hitrecord.org

Chris Milk
An American music video director and photographer. Have made several interactive and co-created art projects, such as “The Johnny Cash Project”. portfolio.chrismilk.com

ccMixter
Is a community music site that promotes remix culture and makes samples, remixes, and a cappella tracks licensed under Creative Commons available for download and re-use in creative works. Visitors are able to listen to, sample, mash-up, or interact with music in a variety of ways including the download and use of tracks and samples in their own remixes. ccMixter.org

SoundCloud

SoundCloud is a community for people who wish to express themselves through sound and music. Everything you upload to your profile must of course be your own. You can choose different privacy terms in regards to sharing your sounds with only your friends or the whole world.  People can comment on your sounds, down to every second of the file. The visualizations of the sounds and comments are rather cool! People can use Creative Commons for their work (don’t know if everything has be uploaded as creative commons?)

Mightybell.com

Is a cool platform for co-creating. You can host a new space for a topic, interest, project, or passion for free. Then, you can choose a theme, make it public or invite only, and bring in your friends and people who share your interests with an easy series of invitations.

-We are not sure how to (or if you can?) browse public spaces to see what other people are doing, so if anyone out there knows, please share with us :)

Kickstarter.com
Kickstarter is a funding platform for creative projects. Everything from films, games, and music to art, design, and technology. Kickstarter is full of ambitious, innovative, and imaginative projects that are brought to life through the direct support of others.

Quirky.com
On Quirky you can add your idea/invention to be evaluated by other people in the network….

Sjit Happen på Zulu
The production of new sitsom on TV2 Zulu has already started, but everybody is invited to inspire the scriptwriters by sending stories and great lines from your own life, and maybe see it on TV.

Bar Karma
– a tv series co-created by an online community. “The first online community-developed network television series. Online users pitch their own ideas for scenes and twists online, using a tool designed by Will Wright called the Storymaker. Some are eventually chosen by the production staff, and are utilized to help create a new episode every week.” From wikipedia.

People collaborate on stories in with the so-called StoryMaker tool. It seems pretty cool! “StoryMaker was developed by Will Wright, creator of the Sims. StoryMaker empowers our online community to collaboratively tell stories — stories that will ultimately be used in creating the television show, Bar Karma.” http://current.com/studios/storymaker/

Can.is
Collaborative Arts Network. “CAN.is a creative agency and collaboration ready network where freelancers can exchange knowledge and develop the projects they love.” http://can.is/

Why do you do what you do?
A collaborate art project. “A role call for the human race”… “As a Collaborating Artist, you’ll be perpetuating the social-media meme. You can have your own gallery on wdydwyd.ning.com that features a particular community attributed with your byline”. Have exhibited images at Burning Man among other places… http://wdydwyd.com/collaborate/

Snail mail my email
A collaborative art project that ran for a month in 2011. People were encouraged to send in an email that was then handwritten by a volunteer and then sent to the desired recipient. More than 10.000 letters were sent. http://snailmailmyemail.org/ 

The Zoomquilt – A collaborative art project
“An endless zoom animation. Click and drag the image to move. The Zoomquilt was completed in 2004. It emerged from the internet platform tiles.ice.org, a site where people collaborated on patchwork paintings in earlier days of the internet.” http://www.zoomquilt.org/

http://www.thingiverse.com/about “a place for you to share your digital designs with the world” – physical products.

http://www.metafilter.com/about.mefi: “Metafilter is a weblog that anyone can contribute a link or a comment to.”

http://canv.as/: Image remix community

INNOSITE

Innosite is an open innovation platform, which connect different actors within the Building/Entrepreneur industry in Denmark.
The goal is to create and continiously develop an active innovation environment, and enhance the dialog across different professions. The actors can contribute with or offer tasks for development, exchange ideas and inspire each other for new methods of innovation.

NIKEid
Co-creation, where the company sets the frame for the client to co-create/customize the product which the client wish to buy. This is using co-creation in marketing and brand-development. nikeid.nike.com/nikeid/index.jsp

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2 responses to “Co-creation sites”

  1. wearesospeciale says :

    Takket være Lasse Bech er vi nu blevet gjort opmærksom på:
    http://www.kickstarter.com/
    http://www.quirky.com/

  2. christina says :

    just stumbled upon more cool online projects:
    http://www.thingiverse.com/about “a place for you to share your digital designs with the world” – physical products.

    http://www.metafilter.com/about.mefi: “Metafilter is a weblog that anyone can contribute a link or a comment to.”

    http://canv.as/: Image remix community

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