Toolkit: Saving Humpty

The “Saving Humpty” toolkit will provide an opportunity to do design in the context of the important future challenge of safer transport, roads and road behaviour.

Is it possible to create a design idea that is simple, cheap, effective and that save lives? What’s the most ingenious way you can find of preventing Humpty-Dumpty from self-harm? This toolkit will begin by thinking about the prevention of head injury, and extend discussion to more sustainable and far-reaching changes to public safety.


Les Hooper, Kelvin Grove State College

expected duration

The activities suggested in this tool kit should take about 60 mins each, however they can be broken into singular activities, or extended into a longer unit of study


We are always looking to improve our toolkits and we would love to hear your thoughts. Please email your suggestions to

Design Minds is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland.
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