Ideate, Prototype, Feedback
View users and their behaviors in context of their lives
Interview users, short and long interactions
experience what your user experiences
The power of visually representing ideas was also something that defenetely stood out since by using the big white boards, post its, drawings, sketches, markers and huge cartulinas we where able to make our thinking paths visual and in a way much more clear.
Finally, we ended up with challenging exciting projects as solutions. Out of 100 proposed ideas the ones that where claimed the most include: having an interactive news browser, Insta-post news where student could be involved in photo competitions, television on quiosk lines, QR codes around school and even the popular "crusibreak" - our own original crossword puzzle sent weekly. Now, for wednesday's class we have been separated into different groups with the purpose to create prototypes of the most popular ideas. Along with my partners Gonzalo and Augusto we created QR codes for the break, innovation twitter account, Facebook page and school website. Tomorrow, we will all share what we have created in front of a greater audience where not only the class but Randy Scherer will be present among other high school students.