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I am from Bangkok, Thailand. I worked as a graphic designer and art director in advertising agency. I recently quitted my job at JWT Shanghai to pursue a master degree in Sustainable Design at Kingston University, London.
Does a professional desk must always be dull? My friend who is a legal and politic researcher, told me about her philosophy of decorating her working desk and how it helps her being creative, if she needs to be creative at all?
The idea is to enable children to belong to a community where they could build their creative confidence, having fun, working and sharing.
It would be created BY them, FOR them.
Last update: November 17, 2013
This toolkit helps mentors of young people, like parents and teachers, understand Creative Confidence. It aids these mentors in creating environments and adopting attitudes which are conducive to inspiring Creative Confidence in young people.
Hi Kelly, I really love this idea of connecting students with professional. It's very smart how you use the platform that already available. You might like to check out this idea from Diverse Minds. They got an interest method for mentorship and project management. http://www.openideo.com/open/creative-confidence/ideas/20-project-/
You might be able to tie in with this idea for the online service http://www.openideo.com/open/creative-confidence/ideas/a-mentor-website-using-linkedin-to-connect-professionals-with-youth-in-need-of-creative-confidence./
Great idea Tobias! I really like how you make use of everyday life objects. Focus on product in a bathroom is also a very interesting idea. According to this TedTalk https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d_ZI7rA3cGo ,average people spend 3 years on a toilet in their lifetime. What a great opportunity to spend this time to boost your creativity!
I like to read while I'm in a bathroom so much. If there is no book, I'll read the shampoo bottle! So I'm thinking if there is something better for me to read on the bottle than ingredients and caution, that would be great.
I like that you use a short statement to catch people attention and people who don't like to read. But would you consider put some long text on the label? It could be story of people who invent the first toilet roll or how toothbrush in other part of the world look like? Or could it be a challenge to get your creative brain working? For example, find a face http://inanimateobjectswithfaces.tumblr.com