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  • Pizzas & refreshmentsFire exits – if there’s a fire, go down the stairs, exit the main door and turn left out of the Farmer’s Market. Follow the keeperToilets either side of reception areaIf you want to smoke, go outsideLook after anything you bring (like devices), they’re your responsibility
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    1. 1. #transformedbyou http://bit.ly/transformedbyou
    2. 2. Overview of the day 10.00 • Welcome 10.15 • Overview of the day 10.30 • Get into groups to start prototyping 13.00 • Help yourself to lunch 15.00 • Showcase your prototypes to the judges 16.00 • Judges announce winners #transformedbyou http://bit.ly/transformedbyou
    3. 3. Housekeeping TWBC_GUEST Username: guest Password: twbc1013 #transformedbyou http://bit.ly/transformedbyou Photo by Jameson42 under Creative Commons 2.0
    4. 4. What could I win? #transformedbyou http://bit.ly/transformedbyou
    5. 5. £1000 for Best Idea for each of the three challenges 254 Ideas What could I win? #transformedbyou http://bit.ly/transformedbyou
    6. 6. £2000 for Best Prototype for each of the three challenges ? Prototypes What could I win? #transformedbyou http://bit.ly/transformedbyou
    7. 7. What happened to the winners? 2011 winner leveraged £90K funding to roll out its idea across several schools 2012 winner launched website with full integration with social network tools #transformedbyou http://bit.ly/transformedbyou
    8. 8. Judging Criteria How creative the name of the prototype is How well the prototype meets the challenge selected The target audience the prototype is designed to help How well it could be used by the target audience What long-term potential does the solution have How well people would use the prize to take it forward #transformedbyou http://bit.ly/transformedbyou
    9. 9. Answer these questions What will you call your prototype? How does your prototype meet the challenge? Which target audience will it help? How would it help them? How will the solution work? How would you use the winnings to take it forward? #transformedbyou http://bit.ly/transformedbyou
    10. 10. Help people keep fit & stay healthy Daily Digestion Suggestion (Alex Bricher) • An app that sends daily recipe ideas for affordable and healthy meals using ingredients that can be sourced from your local shop. Diet Timetable (Ed Wellbrook) • An automatic meal planning app that links to local businesses. Lifestyle Programme (Dee Boates) • An easy-to-follow app to help lose weight and promote a healthy lifestyle. #transformedbyou http://bit.ly/transformedbyou
    11. 11. Help people keep fit & stay healthy (continued) Gym It (Panayiotis Christofides) • An application that rewards time being spent in the gym. For every hour you spend in the gym the app records your progress and gives you bonus. Randomised Exercise Route (Lewis Cleminson) • An app which creates a randomised route every time Gym Buddy Locator (Jordan Stebbings) • An app that helps you to find people that do a similar workout to you. #transformedbyou http://bit.ly/transformedbyou
    12. 12. Help people help each other Community Treasure Map (Viorel Tudose) • A fun and easy way to display recent job postings from JobCentrePlus, community events and people that need help. Fault Finders (Chrissy Docherty) • A mobile user friendly website to provide an instant way for businesses to search opportunities to improve the community. Createabox at Home (Natasha Steer) • CreataboX at Home helps people who are usually excluded from social activities #transformedbyou http://bit.ly/transformedbyou
    13. 13. Help people help each other Fair Weather App • Plan and deliver an outdoor event to happen only if the weather is right. Peace of Mind (Leonard Anderson) • The idea is to analyse data from passive sensors and give an instant picture of wellbeing for the previous 24 hours for elderly people. Report It (Stephen Wilson) • An app that allows people to report problems in their local area, such as anti-social behaviour hotspots & fly-tipping. #transformedbyou http://bit.ly/transformedbyou
    14. 14. What do we mean by prototyping? #transformedbyou http://bit.ly/transformedbyou
    15. 15. Sketch it out
    16. 16. Map it out
    17. 17. Mock it up
    18. 18. Program it
    19. 19. Design it
    20. 20. Overview of the day 10.00 • Welcome 10.15 • Overview of the day 10.30 • Get into groups to start prototyping 13.00 • Help yourself to lunch 15.00 • Showcase your prototypes to the judges 16.00 • Judges announce winners #transformedbyou http://bit.ly/transformedbyou
    21. 21. Etiquette Be polite and generous – offer your ideas and opinions and value other people’s If you are not learning or contributing, find a group where you can contribute or learn The people who come are the best people who could have come

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