A five-minute primer for visual (and not so visual) thinkers

I need diagrams and pictures to make sense of anything - until I see a few squiggles on a page or whiteboard I struggle to understand situations let alone try to formulate strategies or solutions.

Ten and a half commandments of visual thinking

This manifesto The 10 1/2 Commandments of Visual Thinking: The “Lost Chapter” from The Back of the Napkin from the Change this website is a very quick, useful guide to some rules for generating effective problem solving pictures - the commandments come with pictures, as you’d expect.

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