Play & Learn: Part 2

I decided to leave the topics aside for a while and look at the research suggestions provided the tutors. It was a great mix of videos, children books, graphic design, and work done by previous students, which helped me to start thinking outside the box and imagine possible outcomes of the project. Here are some  of my sketchbook spreads:

I also visited the Science Museum in London and looked at their permanent exhibition to see how they used playful interaction for educational purposes. I wish in hindsight that I spent less time downstairs and more in the “Engineer your Future” room, where they keep all their wacky science experiments. Wished I did some more sketching up there as well, but there were too many eager kids and watchful parents for my comfort. With that said, the hammer mechanism in the second image became pretty useful during our first group project.