This is where sparks fly. Where problems evolve into ideas and challenges turn into inspiration!
We invite you to Paper Airplane on Saturday, May 30 where we'll gather in Pioneer Square to embark on an all-day event filled with epic design thinking, brainstorming and cross-discipline collaboration.
Paper Airplane is part two of the Changemaker Series and this year's theme is focused on food!
This fun and educational workshop is for designers, changemakers, food-focused nonprofits, social impact organizations, strategists, writers, and anyone else who would like to turbo-charge their brainstorming sessions with human-centered, design thinking tools.
The creative methods taught in this workshop are based on sustainable principles, and you'll get the chance to meet brilliant new people in our community who want to change the world around them.
What's the design challenge?
Collaborate with a food nonprofit, and explore the problem assigned to you in a way that is actionable, sustainable, and for the community!
Why should I attend Paper Airplane?
• Draw, act, write and share your brave, new ideas
• Learn tools and thinking used in the design field
• Gain a deeper understanding of your users
• Define your most immediate design problems
• Explore systems thinking and learn ways to design at scale
• Discover new methods to turn ideas into action
• Connect with other brilliant changemakers
Paper Airplane is the second event in a 4-part series that brings together diverse members of the design, nonprofit, and social impact communities in partnership to use design thinking and sustainable frameworks to address today's community challenges. Read more about the Design for Good: Changemaker event series at aigaseattle.org/designforgood.
Coming up next: Matchmaking on June 11, 2015.
Thanks to Artefact for hosting Paper Airplane and being a Changemaker Supporter!