Visual Thinking: for Design by Colin Ware
Visual Thinking: for Design Colin Ware ebook
Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann
ISBN: 0123708966, 9780123708960
This post discusses visual thinking tools and actions from an information design perspective, presenting how those tools and actions can be applied in the stages of the design process. For starters it can help educate, especially if you are launching a new product, initiative or idea. I'm not against visual languages. A short yet interesting interview with Visual Thinker Dan Roam. David Gray's workshop at CanUX 2008 in Banff provided the core elements needed to get people drawing so they can visually communicate concepts to others. Next to Dave Gray from XPlane he's one of the leaders in applying visual thinking and generating value for business from his creative skills. The discussion in the comments raises many important points, and provides many useful pointers (thanks especially to Peter Bakker) to resources, that help us explore and understand the role of visual thinking and visualization in architecting. Reason, design and communicate. By Luke Wroblewski November 18, 2008. The work of Rudolf Arnheim is a cornerstone in the philosophy of the art and design traditions. It's just that the fixed semantics that make them so useful for design can be restricting when you're trying to figure out what it actually is that you're “seeing”. CanUX: Visual Thinking in Practice. So what's the value of visual thinking for business? Since Mikey joined us in February, the number of designers working at Clearleft is at an all time high. This competition investigates, explores and emphasises the importance and function of sketching or drawing as visual thinking in design and how it supports design reasoning. Take for example our own vision for Social Business Design.