|Dates:||Feb – Nov 2016|
|Skills/Subjects:||creativity, education, information architecture, prototyping, research|
I worked with Manasvi Lalwani to re-package her rapid prototyping course plan for a non-Georgia Tech audience, as it was originally designed. This started with us understanding how the project would be centered and conceptualized, starting with the potential users. Rather than packaging curriculum for instructors new to a course at Georgia Tech, we instead looked to someone perhaps at another school or in industry interested in planning a workshop, curriculum, design thinking session, or other efforts to explore rapid prototyping. We used this notion of exploration rather than prescription to drive our work in making this information and schema available to a broader audience.