Posts Tagged: visual methods

magic napkins

Thanks to a comment, I borrowed from the library The back of the Napkin. Dan Roam, the author, emphasises the power of visual thinking through simple drawings. Beyond the book content, one thing that really got my attention was the

magic napkins

Thanks to a comment, I borrowed from the library The back of the Napkin. Dan Roam, the author, emphasises the power of visual thinking through simple drawings. Beyond the book content, one thing that really got my attention was the

organising literature & practice review

I have been almost the last four weeks ‘diving’ into my literature & practice review. One thing that I found extremely helpful was to have a previous organisation of authors, subjects and fields, and, at the same time, from different

organising literature & practice review

I have been almost the last four weeks ‘diving’ into my literature & practice review. One thing that I found extremely helpful was to have a previous organisation of authors, subjects and fields, and, at the same time, from different

After the 1st International Visual Methods Conference

At the beginning of September, I wrote about the forthcoming 1st International Visual Methods Conference in Leeds, today I write some conclusions about it. The Conference was a huge event with more than 200 participants and 150 papers coming from

After the 1st International Visual Methods Conference

At the beginning of September, I wrote about the forthcoming 1st International Visual Methods Conference in Leeds, today I write some conclusions about it. The Conference was a huge event with more than 200 participants and 150 papers coming from

d(a)b workshop: barcelona

Barcelona, Saturday 3rd of October. In a sunny design studio of Gracia took place the first of the diagram(a)s-backstage workshop series. In the first place I would like to thank all the participants for their hard work and great feedback

d(a)b workshop: barcelona

Barcelona, Saturday 3rd of October. In a sunny design studio of Gracia took place the first of the diagram(a)s-backstage workshop series. In the first place I would like to thank all the participants for their hard work and great feedback

diagram(a)s workshop: BCN – LDN

dónde & cuándo? when & where? Octubre sábado o3 – De 10.30hs a 15hs: Barcelona, España. Carrer Santa Eulàlia, 21 – Piso1º – 08012 barcelona (Spain) October Saturday 17th – London: To be confirmed La participación en este evento es

diagram(a)s workshop: BCN – LDN

dónde & cuándo? when & where? Octubre sábado o3 – De 10.30hs a 15hs: Barcelona, España. Carrer Santa Eulàlia, 21 – Piso1º – 08012 barcelona (Spain) October Saturday 17th – London: To be confirmed La participación en este evento es

Visual Methods: Social Science and Information Design

Last June, I attended to a visual method workshop in Cardiff, organised by the University of Leeds. When I first knew about this workshop, I was really happy to find a workshop focussed on visual research techniques. Once in Cardiff,

Visual Methods: Social Science and Information Design

Last June, I attended to a visual method workshop in Cardiff, organised by the University of Leeds. When I first knew about this workshop, I was really happy to find a workshop focussed on visual research techniques. Once in Cardiff,

Information Design & Diagrammatic Language course (Spain)

From the 1st of March to the 21st of June 2010, I will be given a course about Information Design and Diagrammatic Language at the Escola Massana in Barcelona, Spain. The classes will be in Spanish, but most of the

Information Design & Diagrammatic Language course (Spain)

From the 1st of March to the 21st of June 2010, I will be given a course about Information Design and Diagrammatic Language at the Escola Massana in Barcelona, Spain. The classes will be in Spanish, but most of the

Methods for a Design Method

Creating a design method could be defined as a three-stage process that includes analysis, synthesis and evaluation (Jones, 1992; Yee, 2006). In other words, this process can be explained as ‘breaking the problem into pieces’, ‘putting the pieces together in

Methods for a Design Method

Creating a design method could be defined as a three-stage process that includes analysis, synthesis and evaluation (Jones, 1992; Yee, 2006). In other words, this process can be explained as ‘breaking the problem into pieces’, ‘putting the pieces together in

Visual methods

A methodology can be defined as a systematic and orderly logical arrangement of doing something that particularly helps to organise and direct a research in a specific field of study. Specially, in relation with visual material there are no so

Visual methods

A methodology can be defined as a systematic and orderly logical arrangement of doing something that particularly helps to organise and direct a research in a specific field of study. Specially, in relation with visual material there are no so

what is this blog about?

My first challenge as a graphic design student was to redesign the underground map of Buenos Aires. I am not sure why, but since that exercise, I have become a big fan of underground maps’ designs. Why? Maybe, because it

what is this blog about?

My first challenge as a graphic design student was to redesign the underground map of Buenos Aires. I am not sure why, but since that exercise, I have become a big fan of underground maps’ designs. Why? Maybe, because it