“The virtuous cycle”
Introduction: How do you introduce the guide? What do we need to know? Is the guide a part of a larger system we do not see or are unaware of?
Introduction text about energy, resources and transportation and cycling and energy.
How to use:
Rules could be to play with other player or players in turns.
One puts one card and other puts another and they develop a conversation based on he relationship between cards that they can find.
Each player shuffle her/his cards. Pick one and put it on the table. The second person does the same. Then they all try to create connections between the two cards that where put in the table. After a minute, one of the players adds another card. They talk to connect the ideas of that card with the other cards. This activity can continue until they place all the cards on the table. The final idea is for them to talk about conclusions of the conversation and questions that the process created.
The map will be a mind system graphic that connects the different topics related to the “Virtue of cycling energy”
How many entries are you doing?
How are the entries systemically interrelated? (e.g. select parts of a whole, the whole, a subset)
Non-linear way: they can be shuffled as a deck of cards.
How will you express the entries? What visual / linguistic system are you putting to work?
Relational: Conversation and collaboration (the underlying idea of a discussion as a colaboartive practice and not as an “ego war”
“connecting dots”growing map.
What visual styles are you using, what are you referencing?
Comics and sketchy kinds of images and also icons used for general use like corporate presentations or instructions of products or academic studies (used for giving facts“serious” communication)
The icons will be common universally used icons such as energy symbols like a flash, wheels of bicycles, cyclist signs, recycling signs and emogis.
Colors to be used will be black (reminds the tires of the bicycles. Also green to address the idea of clean energy and natural resources, renewable energy and ecology.