TALKING AS DESIGNINGLondon IA - April 2012Nick Marsh@choosenickwww.choosenick.comnick@choosenick.com
WHY?
THINKING       TALKING      DRAWINGPROTOTYPING / HACKING   PROPER MAKING
DECIDING   HAVINGTHINGS      IDEAS
RHETORIC    DISCOURSE                     CONVERSATION         DIALECTICDEBATE
RHETORIC    DISCOURSE                     CONVERSATION         DIALECTICDEBATE
1.Dont talk too long without pausing for areaction. more than a minute is too long.Forty seconds is ideal.
2.Never flatly disagree with the otherperson. It is an implied insult.
3.Dont be too forceful or emphatic instating your opinions until you learn theother persons attitude.
4.Give the other person intellectualfreedom and cooperation and claim themfor yourself.
•   SURFING•   SPARING•   BULLDOZING•   ON THE TABLING•   DELIBERATE DELUDING•   MONO-CONVERSATING•   THROAT PUNCHING
NEXT?
TALKING EXERCISES
•   LEARNING TO TALK HAPPENS WHEN YOU ARE    A BABY AND IS USED IN ALL SUBSEQUENT    LEARNING SO ITS HARD TO FORMALISE•   ...
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Talking as Designing

  1. 1. TALKING AS DESIGNINGLondon IA - April 2012Nick Marsh@choosenickwww.choosenick.comnick@choosenick.com
  2. 2. WHY?
  3. 3. THINKING TALKING DRAWINGPROTOTYPING / HACKING PROPER MAKING
  4. 4. DECIDING HAVINGTHINGS IDEAS
  5. 5. RHETORIC DISCOURSE CONVERSATION DIALECTICDEBATE
  6. 6. RHETORIC DISCOURSE CONVERSATION DIALECTICDEBATE
  7. 7. 1.Dont talk too long without pausing for areaction. more than a minute is too long.Forty seconds is ideal.
  8. 8. 2.Never flatly disagree with the otherperson. It is an implied insult.
  9. 9. 3.Dont be too forceful or emphatic instating your opinions until you learn theother persons attitude.
  10. 10. 4.Give the other person intellectualfreedom and cooperation and claim themfor yourself.
  11. 11. • SURFING• SPARING• BULLDOZING• ON THE TABLING• DELIBERATE DELUDING• MONO-CONVERSATING• THROAT PUNCHING
  12. 12. NEXT?
  13. 13. TALKING EXERCISES
  14. 14. • LEARNING TO TALK HAPPENS WHEN YOU ARE A BABY AND IS USED IN ALL SUBSEQUENT LEARNING SO ITS HARD TO FORMALISE• SECONDARY ORALITY• INFLUENCE OF JOB/EDUCATION ON TALKING STYLE - E.G MATHS• NEURO-LINGUISTIC PROGRAMMING• ‘BRAINSTORMING’ IS OFTEN A FORM OF STRUCTURED CONVERSATION• PAPENAK• DE-BONO• ROLES IN CONVERSATION - PERSONALITY TYPES AND GROUP DYNAMICS• DIGITAL MEDIATION E.G SKYPE• BODY LANGUAGE

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