Visual Thinker's Pictionary, with Dan Willis

Event date: 
May 26, 2010 - 5:30pm - 7:30pm
Event description: 

If you are attending, please RSVP at our Ning site. We have an attendance limit of 40 and I am keeping a head count there.

Cranky UX pro Dan Willis reprises his popular and raucous session from Interaction10:

Combine the competitive adrenaline of Pictionary (the “quick-draw classic”) with the oh-so-trendy, but still deeply meaningful practice of visual thinking for 40 minutes of educational fun. Contestants will each get a marker, a complex problem to communicate visually, and up to five minutes at a drawing pad where raucous, possibly drunk, non-drawing participants will yell out guesses.

This could be your chance to try out one of the century’s most talked-about tools (assistance will be provided) and for experienced visual thinkers, it’s a chance to test your skills against the best.

So come take part in the practical application of visual thinking in this totally impractical activity. As with all visual thinking, absolutely no artistic talent required.

This event is hosted and sponsored by Sapient Government Services.

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