[A young college freshman] needs [a product that will help her sort her waste] because [she has difficulty determining what materials should be composted or recycled instead of thrown away instead.]
Ideate to come up with questions that might seed your team's creative thinking about divergent strategies for meeting this need. The point here is to get you thinking about the widest range of potential strategies before converging on a specific strategy and exploring it in detail. Check out these Tips for examples to help you get started.
To address this need:
- How might we make all products recyclable and biodegradable?
- How might we get Victoria's roommate to help her with sorting the trash?
- How might we make the trash sorting process fun for Victoria?
- How might we incorporate these green habits into the environmental science course that Victoria is taking?
- How might we connect and turn Victoria's love for biking into a love for recycling?
- How might we convince Victoria to compost all her food scraps?
- How might we teach college students about the important of their actions on the environment?
- How might we reduce waste in general?
- How might we make the trash sorting process easier for everyone?