Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Unfolding the Napkin for Innovation

Unfolding the Napkin for Innovation:

"According to Dan, there are four unwritten rules of visual thinking,
1. Whoever is best at describing the problem is the person most likely to solve it.
2. We can't solve problems that overwhelm us. To understand what we're seeing, we need to break it down into bite-size pieces.
3. Problems don't get solved by the smartest or the fastest or the strongest. �They get solved by the one who sees the possibilities.
4. The more human your pictures, the more human the response."


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