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What if young people could leverage a digital magazine to explore the creative confidence of a select group of their peers from around the world?

FLIPBOARD meets VICE meets GOOD

Inspiring highlights of Creativity & Innovation amongst global you

What if young people could leverage a digital magazine to explore the creative confidence of a select group of their peers from around the world? FLIPBOARD meets VICE meets GOOD Inspiring highlights of Creativity & Innovation amongst global you

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Some more builds that help answer some the questions outlined by Jeff:

If the focus remains on teams (vs. individuals), I imagine that organizations with 'built in' youth teams might be invited to take part in a Young OpenIDEO challenge.

Built in youth teams could come from after school programs, youth groups, sports teams, clubs, arts and music based programs, science camps, etc -- pretty much any organization outside of academia that serve large numbers of youth through programs and events.

Very cool - I like the camp aspect. Can you elaborate a bit more on that vision? It seems to be a great blending of the "artists in residence" concept.

How do you imagine/ envision the introduction of openIDEO to its target youth audience? Might it have some Kickstarter / start-up like energy or might the energy be different?

I too think this should live or at least start outside of the school environment to give 12-18 year olds a bit more freedom.

What world might 12-18 year olds want to create?

How do 12-18 year olds transition from Facebook, YouTube or Instagram to Young OpenIDEO?

How do we leverage social media?

What social media tendencies and behaviors amongst youth can we emulate and innovate?




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Sasha commented on LET'S TALK

What sort of messages do you envision on the billboards?

I imagine that the billboards are pretty costly.

But imagine an area like Times Square in NY. There are all sorts of brands displaying messages on any given day.

How might those brands/companies be leveraged to support creative confidence in young people?

I'll let your concept stew a bit longer and offer some more thoughts later ;-).