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Thomas, Your boards complement each other visually. I still worry about the disconnect between the mission and the concept. I would use the board as an opportunity to call out how the design decisions have been made up until this point (what is happening during the use of this object as it relates to your mission -- what formal and functional decisions have gone into this in order to achieve your goal?) If you call out those details, critics will be oriented to your point of view and design intent. I think that is your biggest challenge at this point, and a good way to use the board as presentation aid.
See you Monday!
Posted February 27, 2009
I wanted to check to wish you good luck tonight and to pose a couple of questions to you.
I don't see any reference to your NFP relationship on your board? Is this because you haven't identified any NFP relationships or for other reasons? Please begin to articulate what is or isn't working with your NFP relationship, how your NFP might be more useful? What you might do to promote that happening and what you might need from your NFP moving forward in the next few weeks.
Posted March 09, 2009
By Jesse Villalobos