Visual Thinking: for Design Colin Ware
Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann
I started out as a photographer logo design was a foreign process of which I preferred to steer clear. Complexity and time pressures often cause us to skip the thinking stage of a project, and immediately start doing the things we know. Feel free to e-mail me, follow me on Twitter or Visual Thinking workshop with Dave Gray. This post is the first in a new "sketchnotes channel" on Core77 (www.core77.com/sketchnotes) that will explore the application of visual thinking tools in the worlds of design and creative thinking. On this blog I write about design, data, ideas, things I do, like, think or make. Today I joined a visual thinking workshop by Dave Gray. What is interesting to me is the rate at which the topic of visual thinking and the design aspect of it is gathering momentum. To be honest, I loved print design (invitations, signage, etc.) but logo design was intimidating. Everyone has to pitch their ideas to the lead designer and decide their direction from there. � Casual He also adds that by providing dedicated project spaces that encourage collaborative activities and visual thinking makes a big difference.