Wall of Fail
What better way to learn from failure then to fully embrace it and display it proudly?
To be comfortable with failure, it helps to see how others have failed, and learned from it. This would be a platform for people to do just that, in a fun, easy to interact with, and familiar way.
In this challenge, we want to create ideas with young people, not for them. Outline how you’re planning to involve young people or other end-users (parents, teachers, etc) in designing, iterating or testing your idea during the Ideas phase.
This would be a part of the Electronster, where in the space we build for prototyping that project, we would have a space/wall dedicated to this.
How might you envision your idea spreading across geographies or cultures so that it inspires young people around the world to cultivate their creative confidence?
Failure is universal, it knows no bounds. Sometimes learning from other people's failure can be instrumental in understanding our own.
What skills, input or guidance would you like to receive from the OpenIDEO community to help you build out or refine your idea further?
Any advice -- what would make this wall even more spectacular and awesome for you?