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  • 1. Workshop Participants Kathy Johnson Rebekah Rocha Tommy Adams Laura LeBlanc Chelsea Wilcox Lewis Travis
  • 2. Design is not about how things LOOK Design is about HOW things WORK How do we change the users experience?
  • 3. Who is Leadership + Design? What is this workshop? How did they teach us to explore Design Based learning?
  • 4. Mithune: The importance of Common Space
  • 5. Mithune: Common Space
  • 6. Open & Rotating Work Spaces
  • 7. Open & Rotating Work Spaces
  • 8. The heart of design is to re-define problems
  • 9. First you need to Build your Design Team Work together to Create a “Collective Action” Toolkit List your skills Draw avatar List team skills
  • 10. Skills & Avatars
  • 11. Skills & Avatars
  • 12. Skills & Avatars
  • 13. Skills & Avatars
  • 14. Skills & Avatars
  • 15. Bringing our team together Group & Individual Skills
  • 16. Kathy’s Team! The Sun Valley Community School
  • 17. Ethnographic Research
  • 18. Research Tools: Empathy Empathy is hard, its hard to understand other positions
  • 19. Ethnographic Research
  • 20. Identifying the Needs: Answers we discovered during ethnographic research, used to re-define our original question
  • 21. Re-Defining the Question: New (deeper) Question: How do we create a flexible, socially interactive play space? 1. Who is the User? 2. What is the need? 3. What is your solution? 4. What is the scenario for its use?
  • 22. Developing Brainstorming Skills
  • 23. Key Brainstorming Supplies!
  • 24. A working Brainstorm Wall
  • 25. Brainstorming • Need a well defined problem statement • Ideation: Emphasize Volume over quality • 3-8 people ideal • big Space • Sugar! • Iterate the problem statement • One idea per post-it • Bad ideas can surface good ideas • Dedicated leapfrog time = take 1 idea and add 5 more to that theme • Organize the Event horizon = Ground /Mountain/Sky ideas. • One moderator who is time keeper
  • 26. Brainstorming Rules: No wrong ideas No negatives Zero commentary Go for sheer volume of ideas!
  • 27. Prototype: Creating Solutions
  • 28. Flexible Furniture Designs
  • 29. Our Vimeo video prototype for The Community School, Sun Valley, Idaho https://vimeo.com/7677805 1