5 ways to Think BIG, for every personality type.

Are you the traditionalist? The minimalist? The dreamer? We’ve got the perfect way for you to start your day. Mom always said that breakfast was the most important meal!

Now that you’re off to a great start, we hope you’re hungry to learn more about Think BIG … starting with, what exactly is it?

The quick answer is it’s BLDD’s own recipe for design thinking. But what is design thinking, you say? To paraphrase Loverboy, we better start from the start.

Design thinking enlists divergent points of view and creative collaboration to solve a problem. This five-step process leads a diverse team through exercises that encourage empathy and empower people to generate tons of ideas, then choose the ideal approach together.

 

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Our special recipe for design thinking (Think BIG) has been adapted and fine-tuned specifically for education clients.

Think BIG is different because it gives administration, staff and students the chance to quickly explore and test drive ideas, in full scale, before the design is finalized. From room layouts to technology and furniture, we want to make sure you love the way it all works together.

That should make your taste buds tingle!


Check back next week to learn more about how this process can help uncover BIG ideas and inspire the best approaches, without breaking the bank. Plus, you won’t want to miss what we’re cooking up next!

In the meantime, enjoy your favorite breakfast brain food and get pumped up to Think BIG!

Bruce Maxey
Bruce Maxey, AIA, LEED AP
Principal

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John Whitlock, AIA, LEED AP
Principal

#BecauseLifeDeservesDesign

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