December 7, 2012
Inspiring brainstorming

We have an extra space in the office we’ve begun to call the “brainstorm” room. It has just enough space for a table and chairs for our team of 5 (sometimes 6 or 7 with interns) to meet weekly, and we’ve thrown in a large dry erase board.

But it needs a bit more work to truly inspire us. So, our lovely intern Jamie Goldsborough (@JamieEvelyn) came up with this inspiration board about what this room could look like, with a little love.

We’re imagining it could contain a screen for presentations, a wall of photos, clips from media and hand-written thank you notes.

We also home to take the look into the adjoining hallway and create a waiting room that fits with the aesthetics of a home built in 1904.

What do you think? What inspires you to brainstorm?

Indiana Humanities is participating in the December Think Kit challenge by writing something every day based on a writing 

prompt provided by the folks at SmallBox. This post was written by Kristen Fuhs Wells, director of communications.

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