Main website updates with user-submitted contributions. Each puzzle piece can be zoomed in to see what people are saying. The final puzzle image can either be a word or image of what people are talking about.
One level below the main website is the contribution page. It's clean, simple, and easy for a user to add their piece to the puzzle.
Possible questions to put on puzzle pieces, that invites open-ended answers.
Physical booths would have a large monitor that displays contributions live.
A main website of an interactive puzzle with missing pieces is established and marketed. Users submit a digital puzzle piece online, or at in-person events.
Either input will update the website/large monitor with users' idea, which can be seen immediately. They feel a sense that they literally just contributed to a "Big Picture." These pieces can be zoomed in and explored.
The puzzle image changes dynamically. The campaign ends with what the majority of people are talking about.
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I'm most proud of my recent viral article, "Why Typography Matters—Especially At The Oscars" (https://goo.gl/3YKMzi) which educated millions around the world on the importance of Typography.
Why do you want to be OpenIDEO's Visual and User Experience Designer?
From being a photographer to a web designer to a writer to a video producer, no challenge has ever been too big for me. I have a diverse and global background; I have seen and can see through different points of views; and I've learned that combining these elements elevates any project.
I think being a Visual and User Experience Designer for openIDEO would give me the global platform I'm naturally attracted to so that my contributions and work will have a larger impact on the world.
How many years of experience do you have?
More than 5 years of experience
How did you hear about this challenge?
A friend of mine introduced me to openIDEO. I then saw this challenge, and I love a good challenge.
What did you learn when developing the deliverables in response to the design brief?
I learned it's very fun when you allow open-ended ideas to develop, but on the other hand, some constraints on the design brief would've helped narrow down the vision for the project. Add in an imaginary budget and sponsors, and that would've helped produce a clearer solution.
6 evaluations so far
1. Does the designer appeal to a global audience?
The designer speaks to diverse audiences - 33.3%
It's hard to tell - 50%
The design doesn't appeal to a global audience - 16.7%
2. After viewing this designer’s deliverables and portfolio you would:
I love it. I’ll share it with my social networks - 16.7%