Framing

Visual Thinking in

Framing

The stage in the design process where a project is defined. In the following framing activities Visual Thinking can be applied.

Identifying Opportunity

When designers explore a problem space, they may use visual thinking to draw, diagram and chart what they know. Seeing knowledge visually enables them to synthesize relations between data points that reveal the bigger picture. This in turn inspires designers to conceptualize opportunities.

Sizing and Scoping

When designers are in an initial meeting with a client, they use visual thinking collaboratively understand the project challenge at hand and help framing pragmatically the project scope.

Analyzing Clients Business Needs

When designers explore a problem space, they may use visual thinking to draw, diagram and chart what they know. Seeing knowledge visually enables them to synthesize relations between data points that reveal the bigger picture. This in turn inspires designers to conceptualize opportunities.

Creating & Communicate a Project Proposal

When designers are in an initial meeting with a client, they use visual thinking collaboratively understand the project challenge at hand and help framing pragmatically the project scope.

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