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Unboxing & Review Video (by Werner Puchert)

Werner Puchert is an Experience Design Director and Design Thinking Consultant known for his excellent video interviews and reviews of creative workshop tools and industry…
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Case Studies

Collaborative Decision-Making in the Classroom

How 40 students used Feedback Frames to quickly find agreements on recommended class activities. This fun, hands-on, and equal opportunity method invited all pupils to…
Facilitation Tips

How to Prioritize a Brainstorm Using Feedback Frames

Detailed Instructions for Facilitators After a group has generated many ideas, how do you know which ideas have the most agreement and which don't? Here are…
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Dotmocracy is Broken

Sticker dot-voting is a popular facilitation method, but it’s severely flawed. Problems include the bandwagon effect, vote splitting, choice overload, and how easy it is to cheat.

Feedback Frames use secret score-voting to give you reliable results every time.


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