Attendees work with real designers to find solutions for sustainability in this free two-hour interactive design workshop. Explore how a professional designer approaches problems, designs solutions, and find out what a career in design might look like. It’s time to unlock your creative potential—the world needs your ideas!
This workshop was developed by designExplorr, an organization devoted to helping youth find their way to creative careers. Jacinda Walker, facilitator, and founder of designExplorr, will help you design and create something from your own imagination while working with professional designers.
Don’t miss this chance to create solutions the way real designers do!
This Challenge ask the youth members of Zion Pentecostal Church of Christ to think critically about church and create solutions that focus on connections, finances and resources for the next generation of its’ members.
This Challenge ask the youth of the Boys & Girls Club to think critically about physical and emotional safety.
This Challenge ask the fifth grade classes at Whittier Elementary and the students at Dunwoody College to think critically about sustainability.
Professional designers worked alongside 87 fourth graders to address financial literacy. Students workshopped and used design thinking, to reach a variety of solutions: from “Moneyland” and redesigning cash flows, to addressing what transactions feel like to the impaired and rethinking financial service access.