I wanted to capture the journeys of the ideation process for a high school audience via Stanford's Design Thinking – Mixtape Editions. The current editions were much too text heavy for an audience ages ranging from 14 to 18. Thus, I condensed and redesigned the existing content. These pieces live Online and in printed form, as a curriculum aid in classrooms. I want to give a big shout out to Stanford University's D School who granted permission and approved the publishing of this piece for high school curriculum purposes. Also, Thomas Mayo from the BVT Design and Print Center for the printing and assembling of all pieces. Thank you!
Content used in this booklet is from Stanford University’s D School. “Chart a New Course: Put Design Thinking to Work.”
Below are some of my mind maps from my master's degree at The Savannah College Of Art And Design. I was given three random words to brainstorm and create a product from. As the father of brainstorming said, "It is easier to tone down a wild idea than to think up a new one. Any of us will put out more and better ideas if our efforts are appreciated." Alex F. Osborn