Blind voting Add/remove
The purpose of the blind voting exercise is to get insights of what concept, idea, problem or similar, the participants find the most interesting or realistic. This can then be used directly to make decisions on what to choose and move forward with, or the results can be reflected on and used for later development.
Tips to include participants who are not able to:
Concepts, problems or ideas
A popular vote for one or more concepts
Step by step:
Print the template to cut out and fold the voting box.
Print and cut out the voting ballots.
Give each concept/idea/problem a number and sum up what the concepts are about to the participants (5 min, time depends on the amount of concepts).
Hand out as many votes as you want the participants to have.
Ask the participants to vote for e.g. their favorite or top three by writing the favorites/top threes number on their ballot (5 min).
Ask the participants to put the ballots in the voting box (1 min).
Empty the box and count the votes (1 min).
Present the results to the participants (1min).
When doing this method you should consider:
Print the box template as large as you can to make it easier to put in the ballots.
Keep the voting rules simple. like top three or two votes each or just your favorite.