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Build to Think

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Slides from my talk at WebVisions Chicago 2016. Exploring the state of prototyping in the design field today. How rapid prototyping can help us think faster than traditional brainstorming meetings. And how, when we accept what we don't know, we start to know more.

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Build to Think

  1. 1. BUILD TOTHINK UNLEARN TOLEARN
  2. 2. A successful prototype is not one that works f lawlessly…
  3. 3. A successful prototype is one that teaches us something about our objective, our process, and ourselves. — Tim Brown, Change by Design
  4. 4. © Hartmut Esslinger und frog team/Arnoldsche Art Publishers
  5. 5. Source:The Wall Street Journal
  6. 6. © Hartmut Esslinger und frog team/Arnoldsche Art Publishers
  7. 7. Source: pixar-animation.weebly.com
  8. 8. Source: ed.ted.com
  9. 9. My own rough prototype at Adobe!
  10. 10. UNLEARN TOLEARN
  11. 11. To understand something is not to be able to define it or describe it .
  12. 12. Instead, taking something we think we already know, and making it unknown deepens our understanding of it . — Kenya Hara, Designing Design
  13. 13. Introducing
  14. 14. iPaper
  15. 15. When we realize what we don’t know, we actually know more.
  16. 16. You can’t add more water to a full glass…
  17. 17. Clear your mind to add new knowledge.
  18. 18. BUILD TOTHINK UNLEARN TOLEARN
  19. 19. Recommended Reading
  20. 20. Thanks Chicago! @madebynoam

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