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The Health Benefits of Practicing Improv

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In this week’s blog post I’m going to review the article: “The Health Benefits of Practicing Improv” by Kristine Crane – @CraneKristine As always the articles we review may or may not directly talk about User Experience and that’s OK. What Jim and I will do with our article reviews is pull out the main […]

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“Develop improv comedy skills to succeed in business”

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Article review! Article review! In this week’s blog post I’m going to review the article: “Develop improv comedy skills to succeed in business” by Bill Connolly – @billconnolly As always the articles we review may or may not directly talk about User Experience and that’s OK. What Jim and I will do with our article […]

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“Could Improv Troupes Become The New Creative Department?”

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This is the first of, hopefully, many reviews of articles that mesh the worlds of improvisation and business. The articles may or may not have to do with User Experience and that’s OK. What Jim and I will do with our article reviews is pull out the main improvisational theme being referenced and give another […]

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Digital Summit ATL Reflections – Part 2

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Today I wanted to go over another instance at the Digital Summit ATL conference where I saw Improvisation and what it teaches cross over into UX and Design (or is it the other way around?). I went to the Round-table: UX and Design Trends featuring: PANELISTS: Michael Salamon | Director of Experience & Principal, Lousy […]

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Digital Summit Atlanta Reflections – Part 1

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I attended Digital Summit Atlanta on May on May 24th and May 25th 2016 and I had a couple of takeaways that I feel relate Improvisation to the land of UX and Design. The first takeaway was related to the excellent talk given by Austin Knight titled “Design is Not Art”. The original blog post […]