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We started by identifying three headline topics, with a focus on the legal industry. These were focused on the “user” and included:
Twenty participants were divided into (you guessed it) three teams – one to focus on each of the three topics listed above.
Preparation was simple: turn up with an open mind, ready to be inquisitive.
To set the tone and parameters for the event, we set five simple rules:
1. Have fun
Don’t take the day too seriously.
2. Be open and collaborative
You are creating something together, which you couldn’t have done alone.
3. Thou shalt not kill...ideas too quickly
Less discussion, more action - instead of over-debating, create something and then you can test it.
4. Don't stress!
The jam is equally about the intangible outputs, such as meeting new people and learning from those around you.
5. Don't worry about fidelity
Visualise in the way that works best for your proposition and based on the time you have. There are no key deliverables.
these rules in place, the teams were given eight hours to “jam” on their respective topics – and to come up with a design
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