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As a researcher, I am interested in collaboration, socio-material practices, culture and space. I teach design thinking, organizational behavior and qualitative methods. I discovered OpenIDEO as I started working in fall 2010 on a research project on open innovation and since then have participated in multiple challenges, and keep coming back!
Hi Arjan Tupan great to see you again on this challenge! I love the idea and based on my personal observations I think it could be a useful tool. I'm wondering what are the learnings from your 3 light prototypes. I'm also curious if you have thought of how you will sustain participation as I can see fathers being maybe more interested (and in "need") at some point in their parenting journey than at others. I am also curious if you had been able to explore more the online vs. offline component. Being involved with the NYC OpenIDEO chapter I know (and this is what I'm hearing from other chapters' organizers) that it's a lot of work to nurture a community and I'm wondering if you could think of ways to piggy back on existing structures or institutions. Looking forward to hearing more about your idea!
Congrats all for being in refinement. It's nice to see an idea from the workshop in refinement. With Bettina Fliegel we would like to organize a refinement workshop with NYC OpenIDEO chapter. I let Bettina takes the lead on this. I recommend thinking of what aspect of your idea you want feedback upon and see how much you can prototype further before the workshop so that you can get the most valuable feedback.
Congratulations Margaret Spring and team! As suggested by Bettina Fliegel we would love to host a refinement pop up for you to be able to get some specific feedback and refine it further. You might want to think of what are the burning questions you have so that we can help you plan the session. Thanks!