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Modes of Thinking

Posted on April 12th, by Brad in Blog. No Comments

This is going to be a long post, so before we get too deep I want to thank my partner in crime on this concept Andrea Mignolo (http://pnts NULL.us/) (@pnts (https://twitter NULL.com/pnts)) and the smart people from twitter Steve Baty (http://www NULL.meldstudios NULL.com NULL.au/our-team/) (@docbaty (https://twitter NULL.com/docbaty)), Henken Bean (http://www NULL.henkenbean NULL.com/) (@henken (https://twitter NULL.com/Henken)), Kevin Hoffman (http://www NULL.kevinmhoffman NULL.com/) (@kevinmhoffman (https://twitter NULL.com/kevinmhoffman)), Christopher Monnier (http://www NULL.chrismonnier NULL.com/) (@chrismonnier (https://twitter NULL.com/chrismonnier)) and Will Sansbury (http://willsansbury NULL.com/) (@willsansbury (https://twitter NULL.com/willsansbury)) for sharing their thoughts and opinions. In this post we (Andrea and I) want to explore not only where divergent and convergent modes of thinking belong in a design process, but also how a person’s natural mode of thinking impacts how they might identify within the user experience community. A quick disclaimer: This posts does run the very real risk … Read More »



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