Our Ideas phase has concluded. We took everything we learned during the Research phase and used those insights to develop our own creative ideas to address the challenge question. Check out the fresh thinking and head over to the current phase to join our collaborative efforts.
Taken on the idea of Google's, Facebook's, 3M of given employees time to experiment with their own ideas. We should let children at HOME and also at SCHOOL to embrace a similar concept, where children are let free, without boundaries and rules.
Everybody has dreams - but much to often we keep them to ourselves. "Dreams in a Box" is designed to help 10-15yr olds to develop, draw & discuss their dreams - Then share them with the world to inspire personal imagination and empower local chan
Come one, come all and let us play a game, a game of making a game out of game making. It only takes an hour, from thinking to building to playing. Game needs random objects or a creative brief and some human beings. Play to win creative confidence.
We talk about out of the box thinking being desirable. Why do we constrain ourselves by thinking that there is a box in the first place? Don't give kids a box - unless it is to be used to make something out of like a rocket or something new.
It is first a Platform which connects people on challenge. The main principe is : you have an idea, a challenge, you put it on the website. Then you challenge other member of the community on different levels.
Drawing is seen as some ways as the quintessential act of creativity. For many kids art classes are also perhaps where most of us get our first ‘creative scars’. But as the 30,000 year old cave paintings of of our ancestors show, art is in our DNA.
If it’s impossible for anyone to avoid facing failure or fear of being judged by others, how about giving young people a chance to teach themselves how to deal with the challenges by completing their own ‘Blank Dictionary’ about creative confidence?
More and more, young people are becoming over-scheduled and stressed by the perceived need for more and more activities. Many of these kids wish for time - to sleep late, have dinner as a family, etc. HMW create space for unstructured play?