Amy's Whimsical Musings

Bedley Bros Interview: Visual Thinking


I had the utmost pleasure to be interviewed for a second time by Tim and Scott Bedley (previously about Creativity and Remix) – this time on Visual Thinking strategies. Plus, we had some silliness at the end with a quiz about Hawaii so I could win a prize for my friend Kristin Ziemke.

check out the 30 min feed here

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2 comments on “Bedley Bros Interview: Visual Thinking

  1. KevinHodgson (@dogtrax)
    November 9, 2015

    I love all that you do with the visual, and regret we didn’t ask you to write a guest post for DigiWriMo. What were we (not) thinking? Thanks for being active in the twitter stream. You work can/does inspire others.

    • amyburvall
      November 9, 2015

      thanks Kevin! That means a lot…next time …just hope I can pop in here and there this week …love Nick S!

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