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Creative Bootcamp Part 3: Collaborative Design Practices, OnDemand DesignCast

HOW Learning Series

By David Sherwin

Format: OnDemand DesignCast

SKU# W5962

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This is Part 3 of a 3-part series hosted by David Sherwin

When working in collaboration with other designers (and non-designers), having a shared language for group brainstorming can be critical to project success. In the third part of this series, we'll cover ways in which you can use brainstorming methods and timeboxing to maximize your team's creative output.
  • Discover best practices for productive group brainstorms (hint: it's not all sitting around and dreaming up ideas)
  • Learn how to set up "solution structures" to foster dynamic collaboration sessions
  • Take away a unique creative challenge that you can utilize with co-workers or fellow creatives for practice
About David Sherwin
David Sherwin is a Principal Designer at frog, a global innovation firm. At frog, David helps guide the research, strategy and design of novel products and services for some of today's leading companies. He has worked at a wide range of creative agencies—from large consultancies to smaller interactive agencies—for clients like AT&T, Cingular Wireless, Microsoft and Toshiba. He is the author of "Creative Workshop: 80 Challenges to Sharpen Your Design Skills" and "Design Business from A to Z," due out in 2012. He is also on the Advisory Council for the HOW Interactive Design Conference, November 2–4 in San Francisco.

 

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SKU W5962
Author/Speaker/Editor David Sherwin
File Type MP4
Format OnDemand DesignCast

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When working in collaboration with other designers (and non-designers), having a shared language for group brainstorming can be critical to project success. In the third part of this series, we'll cover ways in which you can use brainstorming methods and timeboxing to maximize your team's creative output.

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