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Ask “why, why, why” like a two-year-old child

Mix numbers and words in strange new ways

Predict the future of fashion

Play the architect for a school

Pitch an idea to the shark tank


Did You Know?

Sparks are caused by the friction of two substances, where one has a strong negative charge and the other has a strong positive charge. When you get a shock in dry weather, your hand has a strong enough positive charge to react with the negative charge on that door handle that zapped you.

In the Experience Design process, sparks come from understanding the negative aspects of the current situation (problems, and their consequences) ...

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