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MAKING SENSE OF TINCAN API

Making sense of complexity is sometimes a bit like making a collage. I’ve been recently thinking about this a I concluded a small project that had me working with the group TINCAN on a new API Read more

VISUAL THINKING at UNITEDHEALTH INNOVATION DAY

BIKE RESCUE info-graphics

Working with Pilot Projects on a really interesting service design project, BIKE RESCUE NYCReclaiming Abandoned Bicycles on the Streets of NYC. The project serves bike enthusiasts, local residents and business owners Read more

ITS UP TO ALL OF US- AN UnConference on Learning and Technology

A few weekends ago I attended the UP TO ALL OF US un-conference in Sedona, Arizona with 50 other folks who are enthusiasts, professionals, admirers of learning and technology.  Read more

5 QUESTIONS FOR YOUR ‘COLLABORATIVE’ IDEA PROPOSAL

I’m co-teaching a course on collaboration this semester and students have been asked to connect our learning on collaboration to another creative project they are pursuing in a parallel design studio or seminar course. To clarify their project ideas and how collaboration might fit into the process or end result, we have asked the students to create a visualization of their idea as a way to focus in on what they want to do, and how they are going to do it. Read more

HOW TO TURN A STATIC VISUALIZATION INTO A SUCCESSFUL ANIMATION

This article was originally posted on the VISUAL.LY blog on Feb 21, 2012

How to Turn a Static Visualization Into a Successful Animation

by Liz Burow
Liz Burow teaches information design and collaborative design studios at Parsons School of Design in New York, NY.

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Short animations are one of the best tools out there for explaining ideas, but they aren’t used often enough for fear they’re too advanced. Yet, creating animations can really help designers understand the power of storytelling, beyond what can be accomplished with creating static visualizations. Read more

SPACE FOR SERVICES- WORKSHOP FOR ARCHITECTURE STUDENTS

OVERVIEW:

More and more, space can be considered a platform for dynamic experiences, not a just a static container. So, how can designers prepare to design spaces that empower a more mobile, personal and participatory experience?[1] Read more

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