“If we’re talking about housing development, they probably should know how to swing a hammer and pound a nail.”
Thinking like a designer can help organizations develop products, services, processes and strategy by using creative tools—i.e., stories, drawings, stickers, you name it—to address challenges.
The microphone is designed to enhance audience engagement because it can be tossed from participant to participant, creating more interactions.
At the very core, attendees have basic human needs that need to be satisfied before moving to the next step.
Forming a mentor-mentee partnership can be beneficial to both parties.
Are you making the most of the public spaces surrounding your event?
Recent studies have shown that approximately 65 percent of people are visual learners. There are lots of underutilized opportunities to engage attendees visually in between sessions, lunches and receptions, says Cynthia Hornketh, CMM, Experient’s VP, experience design.
Increasing audience interaction is key when planning for Millennials, whose epic appetite for engaging experiences can keep planners up at night.
Event crowdsourcing techniques get attendees involved in the action long before the meeting or event begins.