Show me what the future will look like.
Offer a vision for what could be.
Talk about what may be coming next.
Tell me how to get from here to there.
Capturing someone's attention can be as simple as helping them see the world from a different perspective.
A narrative is a story or account of events or experiences. It can be real or fictitious.
The stories that people tell serve to frame and define how they see themselves and others. Narratives can span across cultures and serve to both bring people together and also...
One company wants to attack another by expanding into its market. The new products they create will include variants on what the company being attacked makes. The hope is that these blended product concepts will be familiar enough to people that it will lure...
Not all problems can be solved with blunt force. A softer approach enables you to be more nuanced in your solution. It involves becoming deeply familiar with your customer. Reaching understanding takes time and patience.
Rushing into new initiatives is a great way to kick...
Pushing your vision through every aspect of your project is the sign of an experienced designer. No stones are left unturned and no details are forgotten. Whether designing a building, writing a book or forming a new company your impression of the future should...
A focused narrative can tell a story, communicate meaning, and have the effect of building community.
Remove context and a story can become abstract and conceptual.
Regardless of how you approach telling your story, having a good sense of your central theme and what you value...
You can drown in information.
Without a way to define what you are seeing it may be difficult to find what you need.
When the right questions are asked then answers will emerge.
Instead of looking for quick answers, take the time to develop good questions.
As fast as the present seems to move, the future appears to be moving quicker.
Although movement can feel like progress, being still can bring a sense of calm.
Maybe the future isn't in being busy, but rather in simplicity.