Chapter 3 – The Theoretical Frame of the Co-Design Process
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Key principles of brainstorming

The key principles of brainstorming include:

  • Quantity Over Quality: The primary goal is to generate a large quantity of ideas, regardless of their feasibility or practicality. Later, these ideas can be refined and evaluated.
  • Freewheeling: Participants are encouraged to let their imaginations run wild and think outside the box. There are no wrong or bad ideas during a brainstorming session.
  • Combining and Building: Participants can take inspiration from each other’s ideas and build upon them to create new concepts or solutions.
  • Deferred Judgment: Criticism and evaluation are postponed until after the brainstorming session. The focus is solely on idea generation during the session.