From .net magazine, my article “Why the Doodle Matters.” You can read it on the .net website or download a PDF version of the article.
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[...]
Naturally, when I describe the process of Gamestorming, it immediately begs the question: But what does it LOOK LIKE? It is visual thinking, after all. These images are of a recent graphically-facilitated session with combo client Razorfish and AT&T. It was a small group of 15 power-thinkers and it lasted two days with FANTASTIC results. And if you’re wondering if those results are automatic due to our process, the answer is no. Gamestorming dramatically enhances thinking, memory and creativity, but[...]
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, frustrations, elation, teamwork, tough decisions, and absolute overjoy at what we were putting together. And through it all was the undeniable knowledge that Austin, TX[...]