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 further refined to address specific problem scenarios in subsequent editions of the Ideathon Challenge.

 

 

Student member from Team ‘Alley RRRATs’ engaging in the design thinking process / Nov-08-2019. Photographed by Su-Jan Yeo.

 

Brainstorming notes by student members from Team ‘Pentactic’ / Nov-08-2019. Photographed by Su-Jan Yeo.

 

Student member from Team ‘Street Racers’ engaging in the design thinking process / Nov-08-2019. Photographed by Su-Jan Yeo.

 

Brainstorming notes by student members from Team ‘Stay In Your Laneway’ / Nov-08-2019. Photographed by Su-Jan Yeo.

 

Student members from Team ‘Stay In Your Laneway’ engaging in the design thinking process / Nov-08-2019. Photographed by Su-Jan Yeo.

 

Student member from Team ‘Pentactic’ and TA Meryem Belkadi / Nov-08-2019. Photographed by Su-Jan Yeo.

 

Student members from Team ‘Pentactic’ engaging in the design thinking process / Nov-08-2019. Photographed by Su-Jan Yeo.

 

Brainstorming notes by student members from Team ‘MYKEY’ / Nov-08-2019. Photographed by Su-Jan Yeo.

 

Student member from Team ‘MAHEM’ engaging in the design thinking process / Nov-08-2019. Photographed by Su-Jan Yeo.

 

Brainstorming notes by student members from Team ‘MAABE’ / Nov-08-2019. Photographed by Su-Jan Yeo.

 

Brainstorming notes by student members from Team ‘Alley RRRATs’ / Nov-08-2019. Photographed by Su-Jan Yeo.

 

TAs Paul Boniface Akaabre and Meryem Belkadi / Nov-08-2019. Photographed by Su-Jan Yeo.

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