Greg Kulowiec (@gregkulowiec) has been tweeting some very helpful graphics for Design Thinking, using the hashtag #unlockingdesignthinking. I asked his permission to post the ones for Ideate (Brainstorming) on here, as that is often one of the most difficult phases for my students, and I really like his suggestions.
The #Ideation phase of #designthinking can be messy, creative, challenging & revealing. And, these 4 strategies can help students generate more ideas and open up creative confidence and communication. #unlockingdesignthinking pic.twitter.com/6BgIB2GUim
— Greg Kulowiec (@gregkulowiec) February 22, 2020
Here are his two Ideate posters close up:
I love the two strategies above, which I’ve never used with students before, to extend their thinking once they’ve generated possible solutions.
If you like these posters, and would like to see the rest in the series, search for #unlockingdesignthinking on Twitter, and be sure to follow @gregkulowiec. I will be doing a guest post for another site in March on “How to Use Design Thinking in the Classroom”, so stay tuned for more details!