I'm refining my Visual Problem Solving methodology in order to work on "answer-less" problems (like when the boss break in the office and says "the invoicing system sucks! make it better" without giving any clues). I need to test the whole process myself to identify method's weaknesses, particularly on a real-life case with prototyping and everything.
So I selected a real problem with open or no answer (yet): how to make everyday sketchnotes' tools carrying better?
I believe Problem Solving is a WE affair and I would like to ancourage you to jump in the conversation and to get in touch with me!
I LOVE Bentos! And I love the philosophy behind it, the box has it's own soul and how creativity is involved to make the meal appealing e good looking. One box with a single task (to carry a meal) and open for creative reinterpretations.
I definitely want to transfer this concept to my sketchnote tools box: one box to keep and carry all the stuff I need to sketchnote on the go and with the ability to fit in different uses like everyday note taking, at work, travelling, lunchtime doodling, urban sketchning, grabbing those fast coming and faster disappearing brilliant ideas.
I believe in recycling! I make (I strongly try, at least) all #SnBs out of recycled materials and upcycle stuff I collect. This is not only a foregone motivation about protecting the environment and the planet, it is about creating, acknowledging and respecting the story behind each one of these simple objects.
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