“In this learning activity, we were supposed to “solve” five tasks all linked to idea development methods.
We were given five pieces of papers, each with different methods to finish.
This was supposed to lead us to the next learning task, in which I will explain further in my next post.”
Here’s my result:
Basically, we were supposed to be inspired to come up with four different suggestions for a product name and logo design during this five step task.
We were the given the option to choose between chocolate, ice cream/pops-tickles, a cereal or a sports drink.
I chose an ice cream at the very beginning, as I’m already working on a chocolate design for our next mandatory hand-in.
The task was fun, and inspiring, but I didn’t really have ice-cream in mind while doing it :p
I think this could be a very useful idea development method in the future, if you have some sort of idea of what direction you want your design to take at the very start.
The Wikipedia task was probably the least useful to me – as it was more of a random word pick.
Ice-cream logo in my next post.