Camera as documentation

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What is it?

It’s using your camera as a documentation tool.

Why do it?

Seriously, who spends time reading epic tomes of documentation? So if no one reads them, why waste your time writing them? If all you need is a record of the activity, findings, and the outcome, then make the outputs of the activity visual and take a photograph.

When to do it?

Do it whenever you create something visual that you need to record for prosperity. Everything from a scribble on a sheet of paper to sketches on a whiteboard to process mapping and affinity mapping can be captured with a photograph. It saves missing or mistranslating any detail, ...

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