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CODENAME - NodeNoggin #379

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mozfest-bot opened this issue Jul 31, 2018 · 2 comments
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CODENAME - NodeNoggin #379

mozfest-bot opened this issue Jul 31, 2018 · 2 comments

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@mozfest-bot mozfest-bot commented Jul 31, 2018

[ UUID ] de9352f3-2a0b-4077-803f-fb8ad4e6a781

[ Session Name ] CODENAME - NodeNoggin
[ Primary Space ] Decentralisation
[ Secondary Space ] Openness

[ Submitter's Name ] Adam Procter
[ Submitter's Affiliated Organisation ] Winchester School of Art, University of Southampton
[ Submitter's GitHub ] adamprocter

[ Other Facilitator 1's Name ] Mathew Parker

What will happen in your session?

A short presentation will introduce NodeNoggin and its purpose as a knowledge sharing platform designed to extend the physical design thinking processes from the confines of the physical studio to include a new type of collaborative digital space.

Working in small groups we will run a design thinking activity using the theme of decentralisation in the form of a physical post-it note ‘ idea generation workshop’ combined with the use of an early Minimum Viable Product of NodeNoggin.

NodeNoggin has a delightful and intuitive interface. It allows people to engage, connect and unpack knowledge in meaningful data visualisations and filters that enhance design thinking processes and create a meaningful shared collaborative environment to support and augment the design process.

What is the goal or outcome of your session?

The simple goal is to showcase a very early new open source platform and spatial interface designed to help design thinking processes and knowledge production. NodeNoggin attempts to encompass delightful humanity centred design principles, and hopes to take a slice of Edutech away from Silicon Valley, we are building a digital tool that is owned by the content creators and knowledge workers.

This workshop is a real world test of NodeNoggin. However the ambition of the session is to facilitate community building around NodeNoggin, both in terms of visibility but also in terms of building advocates from within the Mozilla community who may want to provide future feedback, discussion and code contributions as the project develops.

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90 mins

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@KadeMorton KadeMorton commented Aug 13, 2018

Thanks for the submission! If you want (but you don't have to), feel free you see if you want to work our zone theme into your session https://github.com/KadeMorton/Xenshana

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@mozfest-bot mozfest-bot commented Sep 11, 2018

Thank you for taking the time to submit a session to MozFest.

Due to the high level of submissions, we’re unable to accept all proposals and unfortunately, your session was not part of the final group.

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