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Back Of The Napkin In Brazil - IgniteCbus5

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This presentation was presented at Ignite Columbus 5. It's a cultural and design reflection on some recent business travel to Brazil.

This presentation was presented at Ignite Columbus 5. It's a cultural and design reflection on some recent business travel to Brazil.

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  • 1. Erik  Dahl,  anthropologist  &  designer  twi$er:  @eadahl  
  • 2. Observe  and  cri<que  the  world  around  you.  
  • 3. Back  of  the  Napkin  Observa<ons  in  Brazil  16  Norms  &  Curiosi<es  
  • 4. 1.  Coffee  is  Everywhere  
  • 5. 2.  Communal  Culture  
  • 6. 3.  Homemade  truck  stop  food  
  • 7. 4.  Elevated  trash  repositories  
  • 8. 5.  Fire  seemed  to  be  pervasive  
  • 9. 6.  Food  =  Meat  
  • 10. 7.  Motorbikes,  Scooters,  and  Hatchbacks.  
  • 11. 8.  Muralis<c  graffi<  
  • 12. 9.  Open/Closed  Architecture  
  • 13. 10.  Open/Closed  People  
  • 14. 11.  Func<on  evolves  into  fashion  
  • 15. 12.  Poli<cs  is  Public  
  • 16. 13.  Smoking  is  seriously  frowned  upon    
  • 17. 14.  Visual  language  norms  
  • 18. 15.  Design  is  everywhere  
  • 19. 16.  Thumbs  up  &  “obrigado”  
  • 20. The  glamorous  side  of  business  travel  twi$er:  @eadahl