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Comment on Our (Very Nearly) Finalised Solution… by helefant

Hello the Tiny Innovators! You had a fantastic idea initiate the potential collaboration with similar tiny house community! All in all you are pointing out great ideas, especially by spreading awareness through social media, which is the key medium for grasping information nowadays.

Nevertheless, I’m curious though how a deposit could replace the cleaning stuff. Tiny House customers do probably not think about cleaning the toilet before leaving so the next customers wouldn’t appreciate using it from it’s previous owner without having been cleaned professionally. I think you should deepen that thought! Without employees it woudn’t work!

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Comment on Our (Very Nearly) Finalised Solution… by helefant

Hello the Tiny Innovators! You had a fantastic idea initiate the potential collaboration with similar tiny house community! All in all you are pointing out great ideas, especially by spreading awareness through social media, which is the key medium for grasping information nowadays.

Nevertheless, I’m curious though how a deposit could replace the cleaning stuff. Tiny House customers do probably not think about cleaning the toilet before leaving so the next customers wouldn’t appreciate using it from it’s previous owner without having been cleaned professionally. I think you should deepen that thought! Without employees it woudn’t work!

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Comment on It takes all kinds to make a world © M.Cervantes by helefant

All in all, I eventually wanted to reflect on our overall group achievement that found a very positive outcome in my opinion. I thought it would be appropriate to write it in the section ‘team work’, even though this blog entry was one of the first, a time where we barely knew each other. It also gives me a way to realize our progress in group collaboration: The team communication was a bit erratic in the very beginning, due to confusion and lack of personal knowledge about the other group members, as in the end of this project the collaboration within the group improved. The test that Vicky posted in this blog was therefore actually a really decisive approach to explore personalities of those with whom you will work with for a few couple of weeks. And indeed I think it might have had its benefits, because we quickly realized the talents of each of us and distributed corresponding tasks to individual preferences, which gave the team certain guidance for an efficient outcome. Referring to the past, it is great to see that we improved in the group dynamics, and that we finally created a well-presentable video.

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Comment on Me, We and They. by helefant

Hi Manda, you wrote an interesting post, especially because you explained the ‘Me, We, Many’ factor, potencially contributing for better collaboration. My group did not apply this class information! However your post still seem a little vague to me. l’d like to know for instance why you chose crowdfunding vs. crowdsourcing. What do you mean by ‘volunteering’? Volunteering only meens willingly offering services without getting paid, therfore it can be related to crowdfunding or crowdsourcing, both volontary actions that people could perform.

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Comment on A nice image describing the water problems. by helefant

Hello Justas, I believe showing shocking messages is a very effective way to anchor the truth in people’s mind. In our capitalistic world nowadays, poeple only start carring if there are concerned themselves. The negative can have its efficiency sometimes. And tell me, is there any positive aspect about water deprivation on earth these times?

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Comment on Storyboard for Solutions by helefant

Hello IDE Collaborators, your story board was really interesting to read because the steps were described in details. By responding to those three questions, (what-why-how?) you set up the ultimate basis for your final video. As I analyzed your storyboard I could see that you are focusing on crowdsourcing, a very effective way to attract a certain target, if you match the interest of your target group with your offer. Youth, you wish to approach young people at university, the perfect place for it, but how did you imagine doing it? Distributing flyers in the hallway, presenting the topic by speeches.. ? what do yu think about creating an app, this is how the youth is getting informed nowadays. Thus to complete your storyboard it would have been nice to have your NGO’s purposes and your team aimings explains. In my opinion this should also appear in the video.

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Comment on Week 2: Kick-off by justelis122

Excellent idea Helen on the app, as now a days everything is getting digitally. However you said ‘create an app’ to spread awareness. Well creating an app is not that simple. I have a better idea, maybe instead of creating an app try and get IWF to work with app organization and advertise the wastage of water there. For example companies producing popular app games could work with IWF. Advertising the wastage of water it in their app or even could start producing a water game that spreads awareness. BLUE MOOD the other group has a similar idea, creating an app to achieve donations.

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Comment on Interesting things about tiny houses :) by justelis122

Going through you blog, I have to say this is one of the best blogs, It shows plenty of teamwork and dedication to your NGO. This page especially about your further information on creating a sustainable tiny house is excellent. Giving precise details on what energy and materials to use.

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Comment on A nice image describing the water problems. by justelis122

Yes Helen, I totally agree with you, this picture has a power message to it. Since one of IWF’s goal is to spread awareness, isn’t a perfect way spreading awarness just in one picture. I think Batco should have deigned a vivid picture for IWF or atleast give them the idea to design a picture like this having such an emotional strong message in it. Maybe they could start putting banners around the world?

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Comment on Why don’t you RSA that!? by Amir

That was rally nice to made the video in RSA style and always I was wondering about this. The editing was quite strong and nice. I agree with one of your advice and that’s going to work for sure which is the primer relating to website improvements and the former regarding how Constru Casa can utilise TWTICH ( a HUGE gamer platform) to raise awareness and money.

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  1. 5 Kings 5kingsblog.wordpress.com
  2. BATCO batcoiwf.wordpress.com
  3. Blue Mood lijinghz2014.wordpress.com
  4. IDE Collaborators idecollaborators.wordpress.com
  5. IDE RESEARCHERS ideresearchers.wordpress.com
  6. InterHague interhague.wordpress.com
  7. ROBOBLOG blogwithswag.wordpress.com
  8. The Ducks projcomtheducks.wordpress.com
  9. Tiny Houses Found In Transition foundintransitionblog.wordpress.com
  10. Tiny Innovators tinyinnovators.wordpress.com
  11. watotomages watotomages.wordpress.com

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