February 28, 2012 · 6:30 PM
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How can you visualize, record, and communicate a complex process in a way that’s universal and easy to understand? The answer may be found in the ancient art of Origami.
Since the 8th century, Origami has not only been developed as an art form, but also a powerful discipline to help translate complex processes into simple instructions. And, it’s pretty damn fun to do!
Join VizThink NYC for our 2012 kick-off event with guest presenter and Interaction Designer Daniel Stillman. In this fun, hands-on, interactive workshop, you’ll learn the ancient art of Origami, and also explore a new visual language in Origami diagramming. We'll create some great models (fun in and of itself!) and leave with a set of our own hand-drawn diagrams – helping us become more effective visual thinkers and communicators.
Please also arrive early to ensure easy (and timely) access to the venue.