Best read right now is Laïla von Alvensleben’s Hyper Island Master thesis on Remote Design Thinking. She performed the research while doing her internship at Hanno during the first part of 2015. I was interviewed for the as a remote worker and remote design facilitator at Mural.ly. A full guide to remote design thinking for distributed teams. The best guide I know on the subject. Read the whole thesis on Medium!
February 26 I held a workshop for Hyper Island in Buenos Aires. The purpose of the workshop was to give the participants an idea of what it’s like to be a Hyper Island student. To achieve this we performed an idea generation exercise but I also talked about the history and methodology of Hyper Island as well as sharing my experience as a previous student.
Brainstorm mood. Remember to be positive and aim for quantity.
Helping out a group to see the problem from a new perspective.
In the end all participants got to present the ideas. We finished with a reflection session where the participants got to share how they felt working with the idea and we also had time to ask questions about Hyper Island.
I’m available to perform workshops for companies, agencies and schools. If you would like to know more about my workshops send me and email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Photos by Miguel Peña
February 26 I did a recruitment event for Hyper Island in Buenos Aires.
Article in Primer Brief:
La escuela que lidera la enseñanza de innovación en el mundo pasó por Buenos Aires
Article in DossierNet:
Blog post Hyper Island:
Hyper Island in Buenos Aires
February 20 I did a workshop with Ola Möller from MethodKit in Buenos Aires.
Article in Pulso Social:
MethodKit o cómo mediante un juego de cartas, das forma a tu próximo negocio
Short comment by me on what tools I use as support during my creative process:
Read the article here:
Recrear el ruido de una cafetería para concentrarse. Y otros trucos techie
I was interviewed by Smart Planet on why Buenos Aires has become a creative mecca for young creatives.
Read the interview here:
What makes a city a creative mecca?