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Markers, murder, and mayhem—the perils of visual metaphors

We use visual metaphors a lot. They're a powerful way to make a point quickly and many easily lend themselves to fun, illustrative treatments. However, they can be tricky to work with. I recently had to call on past experience to get me out of a sticky metaphor dilemma.

7/22/19 7:52 AM

session, clients, Live sketching, visual storytelling, visualization, metaphor

Make your client part of the team

There are seemingly two approaches to working with clients in the creative field...

7/12/19 8:15 AM

collaboration, process, session, clients, discovery, Live sketching, drawing

The essential components of information design* (as I see it)

When you've been doing something for a long time, you tend to not always think about what you're doing. But a while back I made myself curious—what have I learned in all this time doing infor

2/8/18 9:35 AM

infodesign, Infographics, process, session, visual thinking, Company news, Creativity, Design, information design

SESSION #004: Information design basics (Part 1: frameworks)

We held our 4th SESSION meetup last week and took a deep dive into frameworks—a term we use for the overall architecture of a story-based design.

4/20/15 12:43 PM

frameworks, infodesign, Infographics, process, session, SESSION.IS, system, comparison

Desgn.it Tahoe 2015 recap

What happens when a bunch of strangers get together for a weekend of pro bono design jamming? This.

3/23/15 7:09 AM

black girls code, tahoe, rubicon, session, Company news, Creativity, desgn.it, Design, pro bono

SESSION #003: Life hacks

Tremendousness is starting a monthly gathering called SESSION.IS. Our first public SESSION was on life hacks—here are the results!

3/5/15 9:19 AM

life hack, session, SESSION.IS, Company news, Creativity, hacks, vts

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