- (1) IT University of Copenhagen, grid.32190.39, ITU
- (2) Northumbria University, grid.42629.3b
- (3) TU Wien, grid.5329.d
- (4) Palo Alto Research Center, grid.482243.b
- (5) Queensland University of Technology, grid.1024.7
The Sharing Economy has brought new attention to the everyday practice of sharing. Digital tools are changing both what we can do together across neighbourhoods and how we think about sharing our time, materials and skills. It is possible to design to boost resource management, economic wellbeing and social resilience by fostering sharing practices, but do different designs speak to different priorities in design for sharing?