Maintain Your Mental Well-Being
A good friend told me about this article. I do like the idea of giving brain lots of opportunities to develop in different ways. That will have direct influence in fostering creativity.
Just like you wouldn’t eat only pizza every day for days on end, we shouldn’t just live on focus time and little sleep. Mental wellness is all about giving your brain lots of opportunities to develop in different ways. In organizations, from a practical perspective, this means allowing people to work from home more, to be more flexible, to give people more autonomy.
The 8 Steps To Creating A Great Storyboard by JAKE KNAPP:
1. CHOOSE PART OF THE PROBLEM
2. TAKE NOTES (5 MINUTES)
3. MIND MAP (10–15 MINUTES)
4. CRAZY EIGHTS (5 MINUTES)
5. STORYBOARD (10–20 MINUTES)
6. SILENT CRITIQUE (5–10 MINUTES)
7. 3-MINUTE CRITIQUES (3 MINUTES PER IDEA)
8. SUPER VOTE (5 MINUTES)
I have been working on my own design research process and toolbox and the good news is finally my opt card is in its publication phase. So, very excited about the new job in Boston.
Five Steps to Storytelling with Data by UX Magazine
I believe the most important strategy among Design for Sustainable Behavior strategies is storytelling and information presentation. Today I found this short article about steps to a successful storytelling by Dominic Quigley:
Understand the Source, Identify the Narrative, Define the User Experience, Simplicity Rules, and Avoid Reinventing the Wheel.
Improving School Lunch by Design
It is very interesting to find out about participatory projects in social innovation field similar to our project with frog design.
“At the Everett Middle School in San Francisco, students, parents, school administrators and community partners toured an exhibit displaying the vision for new dining experiences in local schools.”