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by Rachel Pampel and Emma Lineberry
Engaging in conferences is a major part of being a leader and staying relevant in the industry of design. We all know the rush and intensity of three to four days of learning session after panel after keynote, but effectively disseminating the knowledge across the office post-conference is where many of us fall short. Newman Architects, a firm with over half a century of experience in the design of innovative and award-winning educational facilitates, recently created and implemented a method of sharing conference findings and highlights in a way that supports their commitment to data-driven and evidence-based design. This method is called the “Design Debrief” and it works like this:
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