DISTILLING THE PROBLEM

IDEATION WORKSHOP

One week following the field visit, student teams engaged in a facilitated 2-hour design thinking workshop premised on the Stanford d.school ‘Design Thinking Bootcamp Bootleg’ creative commons resource. The pilot ideation workshop was first developed in collaboration with Cindy Underhill (Strategist, Learning Resource Design, UBC) for the inaugural 2017 Ideathon Challenge, and subsequently refined to address the problem scenario of the 2018 Ideathon Challenge.

 

Brainstorming notes by student members from the group ‘Monkey Bar Committee’ / Nov-09-2018. Photographed by Su-Jan Yeo.

 

Student member from the group ‘Creative Cambie’ with TA Jacqueline Hunter / Nov-09-2018. Photographed by Su-Jan Yeo.

 

Student member from the group ‘Team Brownies’ with TA Rebecca Mayers / Nov-09-2018. Photographed by Su-Jan Yeo.

 

Brainstorming notes by various student groups / Nov-09-2018. Photographed by Su-Jan Yeo.

 

Student members from the group ‘VVO (Vancouver’s Very Own)’ engaging in the design thinking process / Nov-09-2018. Photographed by Su-Jan Yeo.

 

Brainstorming notes by student members from the group ‘Team Step-Up’ / Nov-09-2018. Photographed by Su-Jan Yeo.

 

Student members from the groups ‘The Urban Tic’ and ‘Playful Public’ / Nov-09-2018. Photographed by Su-Jan Yeo.

 

Student members from the group ‘VVO (Vancouver’s Very Own)’ / Nov-09-2018. Photographed by Su-Jan Yeo.

 

Brainstorming/field notes by a student member from the group ‘Playful Public’ / Nov-09-2018. Photographed by Su-Jan Yeo.

 

Student members from the group ‘Broadway’s Finest’ engaging in the design thinking process / Nov-09-2018. Photographed by Su-Jan Yeo.

 

Student member from the group ‘Koalafied’ engaging in the design thinking process / Nov-09-2018. Photographed by Su-Jan Yeo.

 

Brainstorming notes by student members from the group ‘Team Step-Up’ / Nov-09-2018. Photographed by Su-Jan Yeo.

 

Brainstorming notes by student members from the group ‘Broadway’s Finest’ / Nov-09-2018. Photographed by Su-Jan Yeo.