Brainstorming is one of the classic ideas generation methods. This technique, conceived by A. Osbourne, is useful during the early stages of planning when you need to generate a lot of ideas. It's time to make a decision and post a lot of ideas with emphasis on speed and flexibility. Writing anything that comes to mind and putting it on the canvas can help you come up with new ideas based on existing elements. You can generate a lot of ideas by developing related ideas from a certain card around like an associative game, or by combining cards to create new ideas.
1. Clarify the problem you want to solve.
2. Write out keywords that are likely to be clues on cards and put them on the canvas.
3. Write out the idea that came up from the keyword on the card and put it around.
4. Overview the whole picture and think about ideas.
5. If you come up with a new idea based on a card, write it on a card and paste it around it.
6. Repeat the above steps and develop ideas on radiation. The flow of thought looks like the arrow in the figure.
By pulling out the input information from your head once and turning it into a card and putting it on the canvas, you can easily come up with ideas. Each idea is written on the card, but only the idea and the essence of information need to be written on the card, and there is no need to write polite sentences. It can be a picture. And handwriting is fundamental to spreading ideas freely.
With the card tool, you can develop ideas by hand on an infinite canvas.