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April 19, 2008

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Kristina

Thanks for posting this. These are good visuals I tend to understand information better if it's presented with a visual. It's creative way to communicate.

Kristina

Thanks for posting this. These are good visuals. I tend to understand information better if it's presented with a visual. It's a creative way to communicate.

T. Benjamin Larsen

Agreed. They are quite brilliant. Their idea is sound and a lot of us are hit with that why-didn't-I-think-of-that-feeling. They really know how to tell a story effectively and I'm sure they put a lot of work into making it seem so obvious.

Ranen Carmel

brilliant! I saw many examples in their website. Note that their work has nothing to do (visually) with the visual identity of the brands they work for. They use their own look (branding) - not the brand's. This is different and interesting.

Susan

Thanks for linking to Common Craft, I hadn't realized that there were a number of videos beyond "Wikis in plain English", which I have already used for introducing the topic to different groups in our company.

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