How can you effectively inspire creative students?

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Document presenting my promotional ideas for my creative ideas generation website. This was part of my personal and professional development for my final major project.

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Open publication - Free publishing - More creative ideas

Creative Ideas Generation Website

Unfortunately with this PDF obviously you can’t use all of the navigation tools

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Open publication - Free publishing - More creative

Research Document showing the development of my final major project

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Pages from my Outcome

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Pages from my Outcome

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Developing Prototypes

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Developing Prototypes - Create your own dashboard

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At the most challenging times we reminded ourselves that a succesful prototype is not one that works flawlessly; it is one that teaches us something-about our objectives, our process, and ourselves.

Change by Design; Tim Brown

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We call this “empathy”, and it is perhaps the most important distinction between academic thinking and design thinking.

Change by Design; Tim Brown

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The difference between a design brief with just the right level of constraint and one that is overly vague or overly restrictive can be the difference between a team on fire with breakthrough ideas and one that deliers a tired reworking of existing ones.

Change by Design; Tim Brown

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Testing the website homepage prototypes with my target audience by gathering feedback on Facebook. I chose Facebook as it is a quick and direct way to engage my target audience.

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To stimulate creativity, one must develop the childlike inclination for play and the childlike desire for recognition.

Albert Einstein

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9 Creative Ideas Generation

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A creative idea generation tool

Advantages:

Disadvantages:

Watizit

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Prototypes

'Prototypes should command only as much time, effort, and investment as is necessary to generate useful feedback and drive an idea forward. The greater the complexity and expense, the more “finished” it is likely to seem and the less likely its creators will be to profit from constructive feedback-or even to listen to it. The goal of prototyping is not to create a working model. It is to give form to an idea to learn about its strengths and weaknesses and to identify new directions for the next generation of more detailed, more refined prototypes.'

Change by Design; Tim Brown

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