Since the vast majority of us have to either plan or attend ideation, design and review sessions, why not become a Jedi at designing and running them? The simple but revolutionary techniques of visual thinking and gamestorming assure that you make the best use of everyone’s time and dramatically shorten the length of time in which you do it. The value of visual thinking and participatory design with a group is enormous and the benefits include:
- Using a simple, shared visual language to increase understanding and information retention
- Applying improvisational discovery to keep participants engaged
- Mapping the big picture, solving problems and innovating as a team
- Creating visual meeting artifacts to drive decisions forward
You don’t need to be a rocket scientist or an artist of any caliber to learn how to design better. In this day-long workshop, you’ll learn the fundamentals of visual language, how to illuminate complexities by mapping the big picture and how to use improvisation and games to innovate and solve real problems. At the end of the workshop you’ll feel more confident about using visualization and you’ll recognize the power of doing so.
So let the games begin!
Sunni Brown is a business owner, creative director, speaker and co-author of one of Amazon’s Top 100 Business Books titled GameStorming: A Playbook for Rule-breakers, Innovators and Changemakers
. She’s best known for her large-scale live content visualizations, and she is also the leader of The Doodle Revolution
– a growing effort to debunk the myth that doodling is a distraction.
Sunni’s work was recently featured on the BBC, CNN, The Washington Post
, Fast Company
(coming in at #56 on the 100 Most Creative People in Business List
and #5 on the 10 Most Creative People on Twitter
list), Shape Magazine, Net Magazine UK, A List Apart
and the Arab News. She consider herself to be one really funny lady.