What do you see?
Create a solution based on a drawing created by another team member.
DurationMedium (about 30-60 minutes)
Group size1 to 20 persons
A drawing is created based on three keywords. The keywords must be determined in the previous phase, for example, via the ABC Method.
The drawing is handed to the next person, who will attempt to interpret it and explain its meaning textually.
It is an excellent opportunity to remind the participants that they can pass on the drawing. Subsequently, the solution must be described by means of drawings and text.
Once the keywords have been selected, the participants must create a drawing (max. fifteen minutes), for example, via the ABC Method.
In the next step, the participants hand their drawings to the person sitting beside them.
Afterwards, participants are asked to write down descriptions of the drawing (max. ten minutes).
In the end, the drawing is passed on once more, and the participants must attempt to explain the solution to each other (five minutes to read it, and fifteen minutes to describe it).
Hints from experience
A second round can be conducted, should participants work quickly enough.
- Writing utensils, pen, pencil