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Tag Archives: DiCoDE past
I had an interesting meeting with Laure today. I’ve shown her my experiment for DiCoDE on paper (sketched) and she showed me these 3 DiCoDE steps: past, present and future. It’s based on my briefing, but I believe, and we … Continue reading
Based on tracing paper experimentations, my dad adviced me to attach them this way. Makes a lot of sense! This way, it is easy to discover the 3 models and play with one another. I first tried with Slideshare’s video … Continue reading
DiCoDE/UnCoDE/RiCoDE (or DiCoDE past, present and future as they will be officially called) need to find their way on paper. Of course, digital distribution will be very important, but, as I already do with the original DiCoDE (for which I … Continue reading
It’s always good to see a DiCoDE model I’ve handed to someone (here a colleague at Truvo) displayed on a desk rather than in the trash…
Night thoughts making UnCoDE and RiCoDE key concepts much clearer: