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[…]
Click a thumbnail for a larger view. Click here to view them on Flickr. Being part of any TED event, whether as a speaker, facilitator or visualizer, has been like joining a family. A big, raucous, good-samaritan, wildly creative family. I’ve had the pleasure and privilege of being involved in various TED events, my first via an invitation from Duarte Design (another big, raucous, good-samaritan, wildly creative family) to curate a team of graphic facilitators in partnership with Steelcase and[…]
**OUR FIRST PUBLIC GAMESTORMING WORKSHOP… …is being generously hosted by Duarte Design on July 22, 2011 in Mountain View, CA, and we want to see your shiny faces there. For those of you who prefer moving pictures, click here to watch a video designed by XPLANE that describes the story and practice of Gamestorming. Or, if you’re already a dedicated visual thinker and innovator, you can click straight through to registration. The remainder of this post is for the skeptics,[…]