Tag Archives: brainstorming

StoryCubes at Making London

We used StoryCubes at the recent Making London event as part of a forecasting workshop helping participants explore how to remake and rethink relationships between markets and communities in the city. The cubes were used as the second stage to distill ideas developed collaboratively in the first part of the workshop. By focusing their ideas […]

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Telling Worlds by Frederik Lesage

Telling Worlds A Critical Text by Frederik Lesage A recurring theme underpinning Proboscis’ work is storytelling. Their preoccupation with it is not only reflected in the stories they have told – through works such as Topographies and Tales and Snout – but also in their efforts to explore the practices and forms that enable people […]

Cube those thoughts!

I have friends who tell me about their day at work and how they had endless meetings, one more boring than the next. I’m not suggesting all meetings are the same but maybe a sprinkle of salt may be needed to add some flavour. If not salt then why not a StoryCube? A StoryCube provides […]

StoryCubes at Culture Hack Day

  We donated a couple of hundred StoryCubes (in both Original and Medium sizes) for the goodies bags given away at last weekend’s Culture Hack Day and apparently they were a “big hit” with the participants! Now that custom/personalised StoryCubes can also be generated automatically with the new bookleteer API, we’re hoping to see some […]

Notepads or StoryCubes…??

I,m always up for a bit of team work, especially when it comes to brainstorming ideas. For me however I always find it much more stimulating if there are props or something to kick start some ideas. Sitting around a table with nothing but pens and notepads doesn’t really seem the most productive or inspiring […]