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Re: Call for stories on Post-Its/Sticky Notes in design

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Judith Gregory <[log in to unmask]>

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Hello Bo Christensen,

I like the ideas for your forthcoming book. Is there any way I might 
contribute or be helpful?

BO T. CHRISTENSEN

Professor w/special responsibilities in Creative Cognition, Ph.D.

COPENHAGEN BUSINESS SCHOOL

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Best regards to you all and Hello's to Kim Halskov. We will be in Oslo 
Scandinavia again in early Spring and Summer,

Cheers,

Judith

On 26/10/18 13:19, Bo Christensen wrote:
> Dear list,
> One very frequently used type of design material is the Post-It note / sticky note. Sticky notes are so commonplace in organizations that many designers probably do not even regard them as materials of special use in design, even though they are being used extensively in creative design practice.
>   
> The ubiquitous character of sticky notes may be the reason that not much research has been published on the role of sticky notes in design. We (Bo Christensen, Kim Halskov and Clemens Klokmose) are trying to rectify this by writing an edited book volume tentatively entitled ‘Sticky Creativity’ where we cover the psychology, design, and technology perspectives on sticky notes in 10 chapters (the book is to appear in 2019 on Elsevier/Academic Press).
>
> We are currently writing the introduction to the book, and would like to invite for stories and anecdotes related to Post-It notes for possible entry into the introductory chapter of the book. Specifically, we are looking for…
> 1) Stories covering designerly methods predating the advent of the Post-It that are similar to design-by-sticky-notes. If you were practicing design in the 1970s before the advent of the Post-It, what design practices were you doing that today is done with sticky notes? The invention of the Sticky note is not likely to be the initiation of all the design practices now done with sticky notes – so what similar approaches was carried out before, can you provide examples, and what did you call these?
> 2) Some designers feel strongly about sticky notes (either loving them or the opposite). We’d like to hear stories by professional designers or design researchers as to WHY this colorful note can bring about such heated emotions. Why do you love or hate the note?
> 3) Do you have any stories to share about surprising uses of Post-Its in design? The typical Post-It usage cover conceptual or sketching work. But what else have you witnessed Post-Its being used for in surprising ways?
> 4) Stories about the quantity of Post-Its used in design: do you have cases to share where you can quantify how many Post-Its were used in a specific project from start-to-finish; stories of design or product development processes using ONLY Post-Its; stories of companies storing their conceptual archive on Post-Its etc
> 5) The properties of the physical Post-It note is hard to digitally imitate. Do you have stories of technological/software attempts to mimick Post-It notes: when was this, who did it, and what was the result/learning outcomes? In our book we have three chapters covering technological attempts to digitally infuse the Post-It note, but we would love to hear of more examples.
>
> Please email your stories and anecdotes directly to me off-list ([log in to unmask]) before 24 November 2018 - single paragraphs are completely fine (we do not need lengthy write-ups). If your story or parts of it enters into the book, then we will of course credit you, so please include your title, full name, and affiliation if you have a story to share. If you know of any professional designer or design researcher with interesting Post-It note stories to share, I would really appreciate it if you could forward this email to them!
>
> I will share the part of the introductory chapter covering any list responses with the PhD-Design list, once the book is out.
> Thank you in advance!
> Bo Christensen
>
> Kind regards,
> BO T. CHRISTENSEN
> Professor w/special responsibilities in Creative Cognition, Ph.D.
> COPENHAGEN BUSINESS SCHOOL
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