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The basic teachings of Zen can be seen in well designed products and services. A deep thought that would last with you beyond this presentation. …

The basic teachings of Zen can be seen in well designed products and services. A deep thought that would last with you beyond this presentation.

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  • 1. Zen & Good Design by No Formulae
  • 2. Actors What do they Clothes GOOD have in Plans common? Leaders
  • 3. Their necessary yet unapparent qualities
  • 4. A Good Actor makes it difficult to spot the acting
  • 5. Comfortable Clothes You don’t even realise you’re wearing something
  • 6. A Good Plan Works so smoothly and effortlessly that it doesn’t feel like a plan at all
  • 7. A Good Leader Doesn’t act like a leader but like a friend
  • 8. But why am I talking about all this?
  • 9. When you don’t try to keep your mind thoughtless, when you are not aware of your mind being thoughtless, is when your mind is absolutely thoughtless. Zen Mind, Beginner’s Mind - Shunryu Suzuki
  • 10. Good Design Is when something creates such an experience that it doesn’t feel like it has been designed. Good design creates an experience which surpasses the “design” itself.
  • 11. Good Design It is when the experience overrides the thought about design itself.
  • 12. Thank you! No Formulae www.noformulae.com