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A design thinking and social innovation bootcamp

A design thinking and social innovation bootcamp
held at Grow Dat Youth Farm, City Park, New Orleans, LA
September 6-­‐8, 2013

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    • Scenes  from  the  Fast  48   A  design  thinking  and  social  innova5on  bootcamp   Held  at  Grow  Dat  Youth  Farm,  City  Park   Sept  6-­‐8,  2013   Part  I    
    • Thank  you   Par*cipants,  for  your  crea*vity     TU  School  of  Architecture  ($)   Grow  Dat  Youth  Farm  for  being  great  hosts  and  partners  
    • Tour  of  GDYF  
    • Who  are  we?   •  5  schools  (SPHTM,  Law,  SSE,   Architecture,  LAS)   •  25  graduate  students,   faculty,  staff…   •  Eager  to  learn  prac5cal  skills   and  the  field  of  social   innova5on,  and  to   •  meet  like-­‐minded  people   from  around  the  university  
    • Extreme  film  viewers  
    • The  d.school  crash  course  
    • Crash  course  reflec5ons  
    • Start-­‐off  framing  of  Grow  Dat  Youth  Farm  (GDYF)  design  challenge:   How  might  we  harness  the  assets  of  GDYF  to   generate  more  resources  for  the  organiza*on?    
    • Empathy/discovery  
    • One  team’s  idea5on  
    • More  lists  and  post-­‐its  
    • Prototyping  
    • …and  ge]ng  feedback  
    • The  design  process  ..    
    • is  dynamic,  
    • messy,  
    • involves  teamwork,  
    • Requires  adaptability,  
    • and  some  house  rules!  
    • Final  pitches   1  Adopt  a  Krewe   2  Grow  Team   3  Harvest  Club   4  Experience  Dat   5  Expand  Dat   6  Shrink  Dat!    
    • Adopt  a  Krewe  (1)  
    • Grow  Team  (2)  
    • Harvest  Club  (3)  
    • Experience  Dat  (4)  
    • Expand  Dat  (5)  
    • Shrink  Dat  (6)  
    • Thanks  Grow  Dat!  
    • Feedback  grid   Send in your feedback by quadrant! (Use the form sent via email) + What worked? (interdisciplinary, balanced teams) What would you change? ? What do you want to know about the process and format we used? !! What cool, constructive ideas can you share?