Monthly Archives: May 2013

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Innovation Karl Heiselman Great post on Innovation from CEO of Wolff Olins Karl Heiselman Reporter Your approach to being a CEO is innovative in itself, in that your training and professional skill-set is that of a designer. What were the key insights that arose from applying the process of design to running a business and […]

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Vivid Thinking vs Visual Thinking With this problem of trying to use Dan Roams Visual Thinking framework from The Back of Paper Napkin and trying to translate the House sharing data we have generated. I have side stepped and decided to move on to Dan Roams second book Blah Blah Blah which is geared around […]

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A few weeks ago I experimented with Visual Timelines. Wow they are so useful once you input all your information.

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Direction – Company Strategies I have just been reading some of the book “Bold” and have found reading about the O2, Chilli Beans, Zappos, Six Senses strategies really interesting. They are all customer and staff experience focused. I have been trying to work out what elements of these strategies may be useful in our Watch This […]

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Coding information This subject has been the hardest area for me to get my head around. Coming from such a logical engineering background it has been difficult to explore and code information. It has been very hard to work out a process of doing this and I have been confusing myself with all the different […]

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This is a great article on google and their creation of a unifying design language and consistent design. It demonstrates how teams can communicate together. Google redesign

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