Daniel Weil: drawing the process

I have become intertested in the connection between keeping a journal, the acts of noticing and reflection and the ability to improve my ability to deliver value.
In a way the books become both a diary and record for my thoughts: the things I see, the things I think about, and the designs I’m designing,” says Weil. “Drawing is a designer’s most fundamental tool; it is design thinking made visible.”
Daniel talks about how his sketchbooks capture how the many projects he is working on at the same time, influence, educate and inform each other.
He also calls for us to continue to invest in the analogue world and not neglect it in our awe of new technology.
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By Matthew Payne

Working to make the most of the resources available to others to enable them to be more successful. Using facilitative leadership and process management to get things done, and really make a difference! Engaging with individuals and teams in both the public and private sectors.

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