Louise Klinker

Tuesday, 4th Nov 2014


The Visual Elevator Pitch

Louise has always been interested in how concepts are communicated. She sketches in many different materials including video. ‘Sketch a Move‘ proved to be a very popular concept video. Over the last couple of years, Louise has gone back to basics and uses simple drawings for almost anything.

Simple drawings can be used as a visual elevator pitch. This is an extremely powerful tool when leading workshops – or developing and presenting concepts. When it comes to transforming an idea into a digital solution, it is crucial that everyone is on the same page and the visual picture ensures that.

If you can draw a circle, a square, a line and a squiggle, you can avoid misunderstandings in meetings, boring PowerPoints, long texts and traditional specifications.

Simple drawings make better, more precise communication. It saves time and last but not least, it is fun.

Come along and learn how to use the simple art of sketching to save time and money – and to achieve better concepts. It promises to be this year’s most time-saving Open Lecture.

Louise has a background in Interaction Design the Royal College of Art, London and Designskolen Kolding. She is currently working as digital strategist at Copenhagen based design agency 1508 where she is developing and transforming strategy and user insights into concepts and experiences for digital products and services.

Copenhagen Institute Of Interaction Design ApS
37 Toldbodgade
1253 Copenhagen

When: Tuesday, November 4th, 2014 – 5-6pm

Sign-up here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/open-lecture-louise-klinker-tickets-13750633515