Practices and Projects 1: Mind-mapping

First lecture of Design Practices and Projects is apparently, Mind-mapping.

“A mind map is a diagram used to represent the affinities or connections between a number of ideas or things. Understanding connections is the starting point for design. Mind maps are a method of analyzing information and relationships” (Curedale, 2013, p. 195).

My mind-map + timeline for what I’m up to in the future. I drew a lot of watermelon slides because I was craving for some during making this. My neighbor group made a mind-map about University. We tried to connect our mind-maps by picking up similar terms, words and concepts. The blue highlighted notes on my mind-map are from them, indicating the part where our connection joint; the watermelon slides I drew on their map does the same.

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