Sankalita Shome takes you on a roller coaster ride, mapping out thoughtful experiences for the stars of this year - the WWJ Team! With the playful wheel of questions, 5 quirky gifts for the community and WWJ persona conversations and mapping, the session was filled with new insights, thought provoking conversation and an interesting way to understand experience mapping in the gifting culture.
Illustration by Fieke Sluijs
As design thinkers and creatives, one of our most powerful tools are the questions we ask. As a Curiosity Advocate, Adina and co speaker Dr. Christine Kiesinger, works with questions all the time, and she is currently designing new ways to teach others how to be more flexible and intentional in how they structure questions. They showed us the value of questioning not only in a work environment but also in our personal space.
"Let's start off with an icebreaker" is often met with a collective audience eye roll. How might you use 'stokes' or purposeful audience warm-up activities to foster empathy, infuse energy, build connection, and more?
Join Bre Przestrzelski and Marc Bolick as we explore a framework to use stokes strategically, while fostering powerfully reflective dialogue, modelling the energy you hope to see, and creating equitable space for discovery and learning.
You will also learn a framework to design your own stokes that Bre Przestrzelski has developed in her work for the Stanford d.school, IDEO U and other organizations"Let's start off with an icebreaker" is often met with a collective audience eye roll. How might you use 'stokes' or purposeful audience warm-up activities to foster empathy, infuse energy, build connection, and more?
When we walk into a room (including virtual ones) we say that we can feel an atmosphere. What does that mean? How on earth does this thing relate to that thing? How do we know?
How can we use what we feel to provide insight into what organisational systems may be asking of us?
Ever heard or constellations and wondered what they are all about?
Welcome and find out with Michael Thorley, and Arne Van Oosterom, . Building on previous web jams (though no previous experience is necessary) we will balance your work with your direct experience of it in a way that will reveal something - or nothing and all data is information.