The first time I got invited to give a lecture was by Paulo and Joe at Berghs. The idea was to get a class of Digital Art Direction and give a crash course on how to go from idea to prototype in a couple of days.
Students were divided into groups, each one with a fictional brief for a real brand and they would end up the course with a pitch that included some prototype action. The main outcome wouldn’t be the pitch itself but a “making of” for the process.
To do that we gave a small introduction on Processing and taught them how to setup Makey Makeys to interact with the Processing sketches.
This was the material we used:
During early days of Kids Hack Day, the main format was “one day events”. As people kept asking for more and more about next events and the subscription list increased, I was invited to join the new format Kids Hack Day was trying out: Summer Camp.
As everybody enjoyed the spring lectures, Paulo got invited again to give the same lecture and extended the invitation to me. I was more than happy to join again and the idea was very similar: Give a class of Copywriting students a crash course on rapid prototyping.