Kes Sampanthar, author of the MetaMemes creativity card deck, has recently launched a new tool called ThinkCube. It includes brainstorming cards with over 200 ideas, creative techniques and words from an eclectic set of sources, an Idea Handbook that explains his “ThinkCubation” process and a set of Idea Notepads where you can record your ideas – and, apparently, customize your idea library.
Kes’ website includes a “Try it!” page, where you can download PDF samples of some of the cards and review the instructions. An ideal way to “preview” this ideation tool for free.
Kes has promised to send me a ThinkCube to play around with, and you can expect to see a review of it on this website sometime in the next few months. By the way, if ThinkCube is anything like MetaMemes, then it should be a winner – MetaMemes was so popular that its entire production sold out within a year! You can read my review of it here.
ThinkCube costs US$100, and can be ordered from the MetaMemes website.