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OpenIDEO Design Challenge Card

An accordion-format laminated card for instant participation in a OpenIDEO Design Challenge

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An accordion-format laminated card can be distributed for instant participation in a OpenIDEO Design Challenge.

The laminated card can be used with an erasable marker and the results scanned to the OpenIDEO website. Wipe off for reuse.

An unlaminated paper version (or a Moleskine Japanese Album) can be produced for single use and localized printing (cards could be snail-mailed back).

The card incorporates the OpenIDEO design process and makes it accessible offline. Translations can be made for any language.

OpenIDEO Design Challenge cards can used at OI workshops in schools and conferences. They can also be placed in strategic locations at train stations, bus stops and airports.

What kind of social impact does this concept achieve?

Makes the OpenIDEO Design Challenge process accessible to anyone.

What skills are required to take this concept forward?

Folding Paper

How do you envision this concept being supported financially?

Sell the OpenIDEO Design Challenge Card online. A premium Moleskine version can be sold to raise money for the challenge.

Virtual Team:

Adriana Olmos, Deepti Kundra, Sina Mossayeb
d.School Stanford:
https://dschool.stanford.edu/groups/k12/wiki/42630/Ramen_Project.html

Evaluation results

33 evaluations so far

1. Does this concept increase social impact?

Absolutely! This idea will drive social change - 18.2%

It’s a good start – some impact is likely to be achieved - 69.7%

No – increasing impact is not the main focus of this idea - 12.1%

2. Does this idea inspire *you* to take action?

Sure does – I’m itching to get started turning this idea into impact - 51.5%

Possibly – I’d need to know more to make a decision about how to get involved - 33.3%

No thanks – it’s an interesting idea, but it would be best taken forward by someone else - 15.2%

3. Does this concept help the OpenIDEO community connect and collaborate together?

Yes – it does a brilliant job of enhancing our community connections and might even reach out to external partners - 33.3%

Maybe – it may drive increased collaboration but the concept would need to be further developed first - 51.5%

No – it doesn’t help our community connect or collaborate better - 15.2%

4. How easy would it be to try prototyping or experimenting with this idea?

Easy – I could have an early prototype running in a few hours - 75.8%

There’s potential but it would take some planning and coordination to make it work - 21.2%

Not really easy – this idea would take considerable resources and planning to get it off the ground - 3%

5. Does this concept clearly outline how it will be funded?

Yes, this idea clearly explains funding sources - 27.3%

Sort of – we’d probably still need to think more about how this idea would get funded - 60.6%

No, this idea doesn’t really explain where funding for implementation would come from - 12.1%

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You can download a pdf version of the OpenIDEO Design Challenge Card Prototype here:
http://www.openideo.com/open/impact/winning-concepts/openideo-design-challenge-card/

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Wow, Avi – I'm loving the process and thought you've put into the fresh designs you've added for this! Bravo!

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Thanks Meena! Here's the correct download link (for some reason I'm unable to update the concept page):
http://www.scribd.com/doc/64728518/OpenIDEO-Design-Challenge-Card-Prototype

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Indeed – this is what I was cheering you on for. I caught it on Twitter but am glad you've shared it here with everyone else. Fab stuff!

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