Following a discussion in Senior Portfolio, there were a number of students in Professor Bill Meek’s class that chose to undertake a graduating political problem. This is an assignment casually detailed in class, and some students still had not finished the depth of this work ongoing post-graduation.
Personally, I had hoped that design and art schools received more attention followed by many kinds of crises that received big spending cuts, and little financial attention upon needed issues. As life goes on for all of us, throughout time, this is many of the reasons we now know why students worldwide receive so little necessary kinds of creative education that is important to excel over world problems we receive today.
Starting from the cost of micron pen, HB and 4B pencils, rather than just a no. 2.
In proposing a playful challenge for Avaaz, we will be able make the most of our energy, time, and resources, by knowing how to start the topic, rather than how to end it.
No matter what we face--we can choose to make that much of a difference.
Draw the creative problem as an objective still life, versus subjective hazardous elephants, i.e., code #FF0000, and erupting elephant horns.
The tested UX of this ad, and innocuously taken Trump photos, led to a seemingly well-transitioned icebreaker in a series of more highly transparent discussions with today's political and social problems between a group of minority and non-minority citizens.
A number of minorities, and "model example citizens," that were positive, neutral, and negative for the cause of art and design education, mentioned they would look up the ad on Avaaz, before being notified that this ad was not yet in production.