Who:Kids aged between 4 -10 years of age Teen: 11- 17
Where:School, Park, Museum, Local libraries, Colleges
When:Prime times (After school, Play scheme hours), Holidays.
Starts off with a blank board, then gradually fills up with ideas on how to improve the area. They can be drawn or written ideas, The idea then appears within the area.
The idea shows how the contributions are valued.
Young people Co-designing what they would like in that certain area. Giving the children a sense of trust to creating an idea, then it actually appears.
Anonymous contribution (Given a choice not to include names)
Public contribution (Name on a plank)
Local communities (Depending on which borough you live in)
Arts council England
As the challenge is about creative confidence for youngpeople, it is best to focus on teenagers as well as the younger audience.Making the task more applicable for teens as becoming a teen is the transitionstage where all types of changes come in. Giving them that extra support duringthat transitions will boost up their confidence. The main task will beinvolving and engaging the young people in every stages, going through eachstage and designing several ideas not just one single idea. This creates a challengewhere everyone is a winner and no one feels left out.
8 Stages in the design process
1.Analyse the situation - Beforebeginning the design, sort out what problem you are trying to address.
2.Write a brief -Write a short statementgiving the general outline of the problem to be solved.
3.Research the problem - Sometimes aproblem can be solved straight away, if not research it.
4.Write a specification - This detaileddescription of the problem spells out what the design must achieve.
5.Work out possible solutions - Combine your ideaswith information obtained, sketch possibilities.
6.Select a preferred solution - Decide whichsolution to develop. This should satisfy the specification.
7.Construct a prototype - Make theproduct. A model is usually built first and the final product is developed fromit.
8.Test and evaluate the design - Testing isongoing as the construction progresses, but a final test of the entire systemor model proves if the project does the job for which it is designed.