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Reading “Grids and Gestures: A Comics Making Exercise" by Nick Sousanis and loving the idea of drawing your day as a visual arrangement of time and space. digitalcommons.unl.edu/sane/vol2/iss1…
I captured main themes here and I think it has elements of how others create maps too. Ping @MrKMaston and @DangerousMere
So thinking about this I also believe that architects may think like this too regarding how they think about spaces and what happens within them (from a reflection of @MikeShawLD recent Snapchat story about #LDCUMan19
So I sat down and had a go at thinking about a typical day at work at @AdoptAndEmbrace in comic book format. What comes out strong is lots of thinking and lots of chatter and some frustration (personal on my part learning Microsoft)...
The above comic exemplifies my first six months there as I had a big picture in my head as to where I can add value and along the way, I had the team help me shape my ideas, I got angry at myself for not picking things up quickly enough and a little breakthroughs along the way...
I like this activity. It has so many applications. Ping @amyburvall have you seen this idea regarding seeing sonething through a visual arrangement of grids and gestures?
Thinking that the map making drawing can be used in a similar way maybe for teams going on journeys. What would say a journey of digital transformation look like? Might be a good way to facilitate discussions around such an activity that brings creativity? Ping @freefacilitator
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