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(Re) Defining and (Re) Designing

If you haven’t seen the TED talk given by David Kelley about Design Thinking I highly recommend checking it out. It’s not uncommon for me to finish watching a TED talk and feel inspired, or sad, motivated, determined or filled with awe. It is uncommon however for me to feel all of these emotions at once, but David Kelly’s talk has done just that. Finishing Kelly’s talk left me not only with every emotion but also with a new understanding for design thinking and the good that can come out of it.

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Visualize Your Life

Raise your hand if you tend to get distracted during class, meetings or conversations. Keep your hand raised if you forget what you were doing in the middle of doing it. Keep your hand raised if somebody gave you a task and in the middle of them explaining it you blanked out. Keep your hand raised if you often feel directionless and don’t know which step to take next in life. Is your hand still up? Mine is. Don’t worry, I know how you feel and I’m here to help you and teach you how data visualization and content mapping can help point you in the right direction. Continue reading Visualize Your Life