07 July 2010

Dan Roam: Visual Thinking

Visual thinking is a Tufte-like (see yesterday's post for Tufte items) approach to communicating ideas. Dan Roam of Digital Roam presents his method for and on "the back of the napkin" both in a blog and a seminar. This particular link to the blog is from March 2010, which embeds a short video clip of Roam speaking on the 32,000-year history of humans and their visual thinking.

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