Design often relies on explicit information: lines on paper, words on sticky-notes, numbers in reports.
But lines oversimplify, words are slippery and numbers evade our empathy. Much of the truly important information in a design project is implicit, not explicit.
In this half day workshop, we will examine the implicit side of design, data and exploration, using methods adapted from the world of theater. We will go beyond language and body language to investigate more complex – but ultimately simple and human – forms of implicit communication, knowledge and creation.