by zena dakkak
Collaborative mapping session
In our groups, we had 10 minutes to describe our possible design proposals and receive feedback. From there we would map and brain storm any ideas that surfaced or was triggered. If there’s one thing I’ve learnt throughout any process, there will always be strengths and weaknesses. This also applies to brainstorming sessions and collaborative work.
- it was beneficial having multiple views about an issue or response. It allowed us to generate ideas and possible solutions for our projects that we could all use from
- brainstorming sessions lead into discussions and could lead your idea onto a different, creating better and bigger ideas
- we all had very similar ideas, which made it harder to produce different ideas for each person
- the process was very repetitive due to the similarity of our chosen issue + ideas
- we spent a great amount of time discussing an outcome rather than starting from the beginning of the process