How bad design can make you more creative

When designing or making, we all get stuck sometimes. Come learn a new technique, called "wrong theory design," developed at the University of New Mexico, to get you unstuck and come up with more creative ideas.

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Luke Kachelmeier

Luke Kachelmeier

I'm a Junior at UNM, studying to get my BS in Math, along with minors in Computer Science and Psychology. Some of my biggest passions are soccer, Lego, and obviously math! I also love to spend my time serving the community in various different ways with Kiwanis.

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Marissa Steinman

I'm in the BAIA program at UNM with a focus in animation. My favorite series is Pokemon though I also like many other series such as Trollhunters, Digimon, and many nintendo games. I make Plush aliens from original designs and am hoping to learn more about 3d printing and make some electronic plush.

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Ethan Ortega

I am a Master's student in the Museum Studies Program at the University of New Mexico. I also work full time as the Instructional Coordinator and Supervisory Archaeologist for New Mexico Historic Sites. I am excited to implement new creative skills and strategies from this class into my work.

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Chris Lane

A student at UNM. I think normalcy is boring. Be bold, be different, go against the grain! ​Deviate from the norm!

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Joseph Cameron

I am a ski instructor/ river guide and produce a gluten free pancake mix. I am earning my Bachelors in OILS, and want to work with veterans in outdoor holistic healing programs.

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Christopher Plante

The name is Plante, Christopher Plante. I am 23 years old, I enjoy video games, harassing my girlfriend, eating (excessive amounts) and hating on seafood. I would one day like to manage benefits for a large company.

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Chen Qiu

OILS MA student, biomedical engineer, Arduino whisperer, STEAM enthusiast