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Pictures to teach business lessons. Don Moyer's Panel Discussion drawings for Harvard Business Review from February 2004 through December 2009.


About the Author

Don Moyer
Foglifter Pittsburgh, PA, USA

Don Moyer is a writer and designer who enjoys helping businesses communicate important ideas by making messages visible. A founder of the firm ThoughtForm Inc., Don and his teammates provide design solutions to Fortune 500 companies and smaller enterprises. Don is a big fan of self-inflicted projects. Intrigued by the idea of teaching business lessons visually, for six years, Don wrote and designed Panel Discussion, a monthly column for Harvard Business Review. Don received degrees from the Philadelphia College of Art (now the University of the Arts) and Yale University. He speaks frequently to students and professional groups about the power of visual explanations. Don was honored as an AIGA Fellow (2008) and recipient of the Silver Star Alumni Award from the University of the Arts. He lives in Pittsburgh with his wife, the amazing Karen. You can glimpse his sketchbooks and current projects on Flickr.

Publish Date  November 10, 2009

Dimensions  Small Square  74 pgs   Premium Paper, matte finish

Category  Business

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randzieg says

I just received my copy of 64 Drawings and it's a real delight. Don Moyer's vivid drawings remind me of his thoughtful business lessons presented in Harvard Business Review each month. Each drawing is accompanied by a morsel of sage advice. The book is full of great examples of making a topic more understandable and engaging by make it visual. This book is a wonderful little addition to my library.

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