Friday, February 10, 2012

Brainstorming for the socially pressured

Does group brainstorming work when you're in a crowd of people you don't know or don't like?  It may for those that can get over the social hump, but what about those that cannot?  Why not use the technology shield; mixing the anonymity of the online world with the collaboration of the dry-erase board brainstorm.

The Product: iBrainstorming

How it works:
Open an idea pod, like a chat session with imaging capabilities.  Invite who you'd like and let them invite who they'd like.  Never use your real name.  Leave the session open until you get the idea that you are looking for.


Related websites:
http://www.fastcodesign.com/1668930/the-brainstorming-process-is-bs-but-can-we-rework-it
https://bubbl.us/
http://www.edistorm.com/
http://www.tripwiremagazine.com/2011/06/online-mind-mapping-and-brainstorming-tools.html

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