VST Protege is a digital version of the board game, Protege. It has players racing to find hidden patterns in static images by making creative connections and seeing beyond the obvious. In other words, it’s all about recognizing visual relationships. VST stands for Visual Thinking Strategies, which are techniques used to boost creativity and problem-solving skills. It’s this use of strategies that sets VST Protege Moog apart from similar apps like VSCO or Prisma . Instead of just adding funky filters or neat distortion algorithms, we’ve designed this app specifically for creatives who want to develop their visual thinking skills through Moog Challenges and playing Moog games as part of a team — hence why we call it “Protege meets social gaming”!
How does VST Protege Moog work?
At its core, VST Protege Moog is a social network that connects Moogers (that’s what we call our members!) on a global scale, in order to “gamify” problem-solving and boost creative confidence — particularly in the world of work. We’ve created the platform that you can use to: – Create and upload your own Moog Challenges — puzzles, games and creative activities that you can use to develop and test different creative skills. – Play Challenges that others have created, in order to train your creative muscles and earn badges as you go. – Create or join Teams and compete against other teams in our monthly Leaderboard Challenges, where you can earn major bragging rights and get a shot at winning prizes!
What’s a Moog Game?
Moog Challenges are the puzzles and games found in VST Protege Moog. They can be anything from connecting words and symbols to a grid of objects, to finding hidden shapes and patterns in static images. The games in VST Protege Moog have been designed to help you build and develop key creative skills and boost your confidence in the process. There are 3 main types of Moog games in VST Protege Moog: – Grid Games: These are puzzles that have you connecting words or symbols to a grid of objects. – Shape Games: These require you to find hidden shapes within static images. – Image Games: These ask you to find patterns and relationships between objects within a static image.
The 3 types of games in VST Protege Moog
Grid Games Shape Games Image Games
So how exactly do skills grow from playing these games?
In short, they increase with experience. The more you play, the more you’ll challenge your creative muscles, become more creative and discover the kind of creative thinker you are. – You’ll become more aware of the creative process. – You’ll build confidence in your ability to create and solve problems. – You’ll become better at recognizing patterns and connections. – You’ll learn to use your intuition. – You’ll understand your creative strengths and weaknesses.
We’re not going to lie, playing Moog Challenges can get pretty intense. It’s a lot like problem-solving or studying for an exam — if you’re used to being an “auditor” (you look for the obvious in a situation), you’ll probably have to make slight adjustments in mindset to become more of a “synthesizer” (you look for the non-obvious in a situation). If you want to become a better creative thinker, you have to challenge yourself. You have to get out of your comfort zone and push yourself to think differently and more creatively. You have to get out of “auto pilot” and start actively engaging your creative senses.