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Thursday, October 20, 2011

Visualizing the Future: CEOs for Cities in Chicago

CEOs for Cities is a rock-and-roll nonprofit that has consistently proven it’s on the cutting edge of conversations around designing and innovating cities of the future. This relatively small but dynamite organization connects urban leaders to front-line research, human-centered and tech-oriented projects, and perhaps most importantly, to each other.

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Monday, September 5, 2011

What We Learn from Doodles

This article is from CNN.com Editor’s note: Editor’s note: Sunni Brown owns an information design firm and is a speaker and co-author of “GameStorming: A Playbook for Rule-breakers, Innovators and Changemakers.” She was recently named on Fast Company’s 100 Most Creative People in Business List and on the 10 Most Creative People on Twitter list. She spoke at the TED 2011 conference in Long Beach, California. (CNN) – Humans have been doodling in snow, in sand and on cave walls for more than 30,000 years. George[...]

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Wednesday, December 1, 2010

The Washington Post – Spreading the Doodle Revolution

My experience as the Resident Doodle Expert at Sharpie, and the subsequent media tour it required, eventually led Margaret Webb-Pressler of the Washington Post to my telephone. She wanted to do a feature on doodling in the Kids Post and thought (probably because I myself am quite a child) that my work would be a great match for the story. The interview lasted about 30 minutes – resulting in, I don’t know, 17 whole words from me – and turned[...]

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Friday, July 23, 2010

Interview with Adobe CS Extraordinaire Deke McClelland and my Lovable, Slave-Driving Editor

I like to make the most of my work trips around the country, and evidently my editor at O’Reilly, Colleen Wheeler, likes me to do that as well. So while I was returning from a presentation on The Doodle Revolution, she asked me to interview on Martini Hour with she and her co-host, Deke McClelland, the author of, oh I don’t know, 99 books on the Adobe Creative Suite. Because the show was called “Martini Hour,” it was not in[...]

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