Steelcase is one of our repeat clients, and one we have a lot of respect for. The company started out 100 years ago specializing in file cabinets and safes, and has since gone through so many evolutions that parts of it are unrecognizable from its humble beginnings. Where Steelcase and Sunni Brown overlap involves innovation, [...]
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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.
Monday, September 5th, 2011 - Filed under Appearances & Interviews, Explanatory Videos, Gamestorming: A Playbook, Graphic Facilitation, Graphic Recording, Infographics, Lights in the People Tunnel, Listening, PowerPoints, Product Explanations, Spokesperson Sunni, The Doodle Revolution, Visual Notetaking, Visual Templates, Visual Thinking, VizThink Austin
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 [...]
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 [...]
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, [...]
I was planning to write up a description of Foo Camp 2010 myself, but I decided to be more time-savvy and just use the content from Wikipedia, below. Suffice it to say that it was an honor to be invited and a pleasure to present The Doodle Revolution to such a stellar audience. Some highlights [...]
I was absolutely impressed with the Zappos Insights Bootcamp. It’s a 2-day workshop designed to expose people to their famous culture – the values that drive it and the people and policies that keep it growing. I was so impressed, in fact, that I’ll write another blog post soon showing the video with interviews from [...]
One page of my visual notes from Dan Roam’s excellent workshop in SF – the pilot for The Back of the Napkin. I appreciate that Dan’s putting visual thinking front and center in the business world. It helps me keep MY day job, too. See the rest of the visual notes here.
Producing TEDx Austin felt like birthing some kind of gigantic baby. I think I can speak for the entire team – Nancy Giordano, Jen Spencer, Kelley Burrus, Shannon Mehner, Chris Justice, Mary Baird-Wilcox and Stacy Weitzner – when I say that it would be impossible to capture the experience in one word. There were triumphs, [...]
On Feb. 3rd, I held another VizThink Austin community meeting for our ever-growing group of visual thinkers and visual learners. The rare and brilliant bird Austin Kleon hosted, taking the group on a comedic and informative journey about visual thinking for writers. A powerful topic considering that few people are aware of the symbiotic relationship [...]