IT hjælp til ældre!
Gennem vores uddannelse har vi brugt computeren stortset hele tiden. Det er jo en stor pain for flere ældre, at de ikke kan anvende en computer. Fra år 2015 skal (næsten alle) modtage post fra det offentlige over e-boks. Flere ældre kan ikke anvende en computer. Og det er jo langt fra alle der har børnebørn eller børn, som altid står til rådighed til at hjælpe dem. Så vi tager ud, i deres eget hjem (deres trygge rammer) og hjælper dem med at opsætte netbank, e-boks, mail, facebook, sætte printer til, lave fotosmapper mv. De ældre skal jo ikke bruge en computer til noget vi ikke kan!
Af udbydere på markedet, er der flere chatsider til ældre, og telefonsupport, og en del kurser. Vi tror på, at langt de fleste, hellere vil have individuel hjælp i deres egne trygge rammer. Der er et andet firma i Danmark som har denne ordning. Det er en dame der har en cand. i iT. MEN netop fordi vi ingen uddannelser har, men stadig har de kompentencer som det forudsætter at hjælpe de ældre, kan vi tilbyde IT service til billige penge?
Vi tænker at fremtidsmulighederne er at skabe et netværk som kan hjælpe de ældre med it. Er der stor efterspørgsel på denne service, er der garanteret andre unge rundt omkring i Nordjylland, som gerne vil have sådan et studiejob.
Vi har også tænkt på at man med tiden kan udvide, med andre former for hjælp.. Fx. studerende der er ved at uddanne sig til noget med haven, kunne måske være interesseret i at passe ældres haver.. Altså have et job som de kan relatere til deres studie.. På den måde kan vi være mellemledet, som kæder de unge med ressourcerne, sammen med kunderne (de ældre)
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Every innovation connects to a need. Identify and describe the need (problem or challange) underlying your idea. Be specific and try, in detail, to descibe as many aspects of the need as possible.
An in-depth understanding of the need, problem or challenge, including the context and persons involved, is the most solid fundament for any idea or innovation. At the same time it ensure you, that there are customers/users for the innovation, because people want to have their needs covered, their problems solved and their challanges meet. Basicly a need explains why it is interesting to work with an idea.
There is many ways to identify needs, problems or challenges. It's all about being attentive to people and situations, who could inform you off a need, problem og challenge. Use your senses. Observe. What do people do, how, when and why? When do they experience needs, problems or challenges? Ask them about what they really think and feel. Listen carefully. If you're lucky you could start 'by scratching your own itch'. If you experience the need, problem or challange yourself, then this could be your starting point.
The 'pitch'-tool is meant as a help about three important issues. First its a help to keep an outline of the pitch, making you remember all the important content (criterias) in a startup pitch. Second it guides you to weigh the different criterias among themselves so no one gets to much or to little focus. Thirdly the pitch tool helps your team keeping the maximum time limit (4 min) for a startup weekend pitch.
The purpose of this tool is to make a pitch, that be a short and precise presentation about your concept. The pitch should be as substantial and well communicated as possible, to make potential partners, investors and other stakeholders convinced about the concept.
We recommend you to take one step at the time, unfolding only the text-field you will currently work on. The 'number countdown' is a guide to how many charachers you should approximately write about each content-part of the pitch to keep the overall balance and time limit. When finished with one text-field collapse it, and unfold the next. With all text-fields filled out your pitch-manuscript will be ready and you can start training for the live-performance. We incite you to iterate on your pitch, sharpen it with the comments and perspectives of others, e.g. Co-teammates and mentors.
Work out an specific and unique idea (approach) that will cover the need, solve the problem or meet the challange, 'underlying the idea'. It can be a physical product or something more intangible. Explain how this specific approach works and why it is unique. Describe further which value this approach brings to it's users, to you and to the world.
By working out your approach you are creating value for your future customers/users. This 'value propersition' will be the heart of your idea/innovation and the 'thing' customers want to buy, to cover their need, solve their problem or meet their challenge.
Start by empty your head for all thoughts about how the need might be covered, the problem solved or the challenge meet. Then be more specific: What does the approach consist of? Which functions do it have? Which design do it have? Explain in as much detail as possible and sketch the idea (approach) if possible. Try further to pinpoint what value this approach offer its users, to you and the world. Why is this approach valuable and how is it unique?
Describe what the benefits of your approach are for the users, for you and for the world. Be quantitative if possible.
Satisfactory benefits are the reason why your approach (product or the like) is interesting enough for the customers to buy/use it. At the same time the approach should offer benefits for you, your partners and ultimately the world as such.
Identify which benefits the users recieve by using your innovation (approach). Do they get a more effective product? Do they get a cheaper, lighter, more soft, more beautiful product or user experience? More functions, less functions, easier use or? Try also to capture the benefits you recieve by working with you innovation. It could be fun, opportunity to work with something meaningful, learning and experience, money, network or similar.
Analyse which competitors on the market are offering alternatives to your approach – your way to cover the need, solve the problem or meet the challange. Compare your approach and benefits to these alternatives and competitors.
By analysing competitors and alternatives, you get to know the market and make sure that you offer something more interesting and valuable than others 'out there'. By broadering your view, you also get to know your own approach better, by becoming aware of how your approach look similar or stand out in comparision to others. This information might also inspire you to modify your approach a bit to make it even more unique and compelling.
Put on your analysing glasses to find the competitors and alternatives. You might start with alternatives you already know, or you could search google or ask your friends. Analyse each approach to find out what need, problem, or challange is being adressed by the approach. Analyse which properties each approach offer it's users. Compare these approach'es to your own – what differs and whats alike? If you come across some special properties of another approach, write it down and let it inspire you to improve your own approach.