Visual sense-making helps to improve our thinking capacity and solve complex real-world problems. SenseCatcher is a smart tool that triggers the logical networks of our brain into action, the part that can deal with challenging situations. Visual sense-making helps us to see both the forest and the trees. Visual mapping is vital for visual sense-making.
The video explains what visual sense-making is and how to use visual sense-making to improve our thinking capacity- and solve complex problems.
In a nutshell, Visual Sense-Making is the ability to understand the information we are faced with and how we process that information.
We do this by synthesizing that data into a story (using visual metaphors, patterns, and abductive reasoning), and then, we make judgment calls based on what we understand.
In this video, I refer to various terms like fast/slow thinking, complex adaptive systems, visual thinking, visual metaphors, problem space. I recommend you check these terms out if you are not familiar with them.
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P.S. - There are three different spelling variations:
I use sense-making in this video, but I also use the other variations in other articles. You will find the term being used in different ways by different authors. I am not going to split hairs!