Are you sometimes turned off by the word 'visualization?' I used to be. To me, visualization meant someone was going to slowly draw a crummy picture or show me a meaningless photograph. Why not (literally) say what you want to say?
I was, without a doubt, a visualization skeptic. Now I am one of its biggest advocates.
Over the last year I've been learning more and more about the various forms of visualization. Visualization is much more than crummy pictures and meaningless photographs - when you combine visualization and words, you're best positioned to communicate effectively with others.
Join me as we discuss the various forms of visualization and how they are the ultimate complement to even the best-formed words.
Matt Fletcher is a software product developer at Atomic Object.