Win a spot at the OpenIDEO Local Food Workshop with IDEO Chief Creative Officer, Paul Bennett and Design Director Tom Hulme.
April 11th, 2011
Indesignlive and OpenIDEO are inviting our readers to get involved in the OpenIDEO Local Food challenge – and giving 2 people the chance to win a place at the workshop on 18 – 19 May in Brisbane.
This is a unique opportunity to work alongside Paul Bennett and a global team from internationally renowned design firm IDEO.
You will join with senior policy makers from the Queensland Government, business leaders and creative entrepreneurs to design products, services and systems that reconnect food production and consumption – in Queensland and across the world.
3 easy steps to win:
1. Visit the website and create a profile
2. Come up with a concept for “How can we better connect food production and consumption” and build on others’ concepts to grow your ’Design Quotient’
3. Send us a link to your profile – just email firstname.lastname@example.org with a link to your concept page
We’ll pick our favourite 2 concepts (not necessarily the finalists) and, if you can make your way to Brisbane for the IDEAS Festival (18 – 22 May 2011), you’ll get to join Paul Bennett and the team for the workshop.
Hurry, concepting ends in 13 days!
OpenIDEO Local Food Challenge
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