Some projects using Impatient tools…
Aweffice Org.ProblemFast growing population & urban life. While working people suffer from nature deficit disorder.Redefining the officeHow can we integrate the positive effects from nature to modern ways of working?More: focus, creativity & holistic thinking.Less: mental fatigue, anxiety & stress.
How?Instead of bringing nature to the office we worked to bring the office to nature. Sprinting on the challenge of working outside, while working outside…From ideal world-view, to actionable conceptCreating the communication material, collecting thoughts around the concept + campaign ideas to create awareness.
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The Impatient Design Sprint WeekRethinking waste managementHMW engage people in changing habits around waste management in Stockholm? A challenge presented to us by the Zero Waste movement.In order to solve the way we deal with trash, we should change the way we look at trash.5 Strangers, 1 weekSpending 1 full week sprinting; Mapping the challenge, ideating & sketching solutions, extracting a unique story for the media to pick up & prototyping it to test with real users. We launched the result during our demo day, amongst many other great ideas to solve environmental issues.From trash to treasureThe result: TrashPass, “Tinder for Trash”. Both givers & takers can interact on the app to give trash a new life.In Sweden it is still illegal to take once discarded materials, to use for kids workshops, or art shows, for instance. Creating awareness around the app, we used our Newsworth Canvas to create #fakenews: “Dumpster Diver Couple Arrested After Meeting On Tinder For Trash”. A young couple got arrested for raiding a dumpster next to a COOP store in Stockholm, while trying to get some free materials for a children’s art show they volunteer for. Besides trying to keep within the budget for the show, they wanted to show the younger generation that you can create awesome artwork from materials otherwise considered as trash. Apparently the couple met on TrashPass, an app developed by a Stockholm based startup…”