We are excited to be starting our podcast. Beer and Napkins founders Paul Hebert and Phil McCreight share musings on current events, ideas, design, and community…with a vibe of informality. Check us out!
Are you getting your story out?
Social media, pictures, video, print, and word of mouth, we are inundated with so many choices and techniques to share our personal and business stories. Join us for an interactive idea session on February 24th 6:00 pm at The Community Tap, Greenville SC.
For tickets visit Eventbrite Beer and Napkins: Storytelling Across Platforms
For those who cannot attend. We will be using #BandN_Storytelling for the event.
The expert panel representing education and media outlets will share their experiences in various mediums and will facilitate a fun interactive discussion with participants.
Jordana Megonigal– Publisher Business Black Box
Jay Spivey- Publisher Fete Greenville
Jeremy Boeh– Business Advisor and Storyteller at Jeremy Boeh
Tickets will include choice of craft beer and pizza
Our challenge comes from Russell Tripp, CDO of Performance Posters, a design firm focusing on simplifying learning and development information .
Russell’s challenge follows our dialogue from last week of How we can convey Ideas through Art.
The challenge is that describing (and he purposely separated it as “DE”-“SCRIBING”) an image to someone who can’t see forces you to think of it in terms beyond just “What does it look like?” If you can describe what it says – and that can be anything from conveying the physical feeling of a texture to something as complex as an emotion or something as direct as an instruction – then you have understood it. It’s a way to practice and enhance your own visual decoding skills and, at the same time, learn ways of successfully encoding the same types of messages into your own visuals.
Challenge: De-scribe an image to someone who cannot see.