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Liz Danzico on Jazz, Improv, and Lessons Therein

In the latest issue of Interactions Magazine, Liz Danzico breaks down the value of improvisation for designers in an essay entitled “From Davis to David: Lessons from Improvisation.”

From its roots, to present day applications adopted by leaders in the arts, design, and online communities, to improv’s effect on the present day information consumer, Danzico points out that improv is, “in fact, a structure. As loose as its name suggests, its very constraints liberate participants. These constraints, and the potential freedom, are what make improv rich for designers to examine.”Read the full article at Interactions.

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