How Crayons & Post-its Can Alleviate Data Distress and Object Obscurity
A project's problem space is viewed through so many lenses: For developers, "code"; for designers, "user experience"; for analysts, "data structure"; for project managers, "scope/budgets". But how do teams share a common understanding of a business model when tackling a problem? And have fun at the same time? At Menlo, before we tackle software development, we visualize our problem spaces through two "share and make sense" techniques that render even the most complex technical problem accessible to anyone involved in a project discussion. Using simple, inexpensive tools--and a lot of teamwork--you will learn the art and craft of graphic object modeling and visual work flows that are guaranteed to promote both smiles and lively discussions.