Re: Request for comments: icon concepts for "ensure processes do not rely on memory"

+1 to to Lisa's thoughts on this


On 09/02/2021 11:09, Lisa Seeman wrote:
> Thank you Rain.
> I love option b as the sticky notes really represent remembering things 
> over other cognitive processes.
> To me the check boxes represent deciding things and other executive 
> functions which are covered in others objectives.
>   All the best
> Lisa
> On Fri, Feb 5, 2021 at 11:22 PM Rain Michaels < 
> <>> wrote:
>     Hello,
>     Following our quick brainstorm about icons to represent "ensure
>     processes do not rely on memory," I have added a couple of
>     explorations into the Content Usable Summary Icons
>     <> Google
>     doc.
>     I've also attached the exploration image directly to this email if
>     that is easier than accessing the Google Doc.
>     Once I receive comments, I can revise if as needed.
>     Thank you,
>     Rain
>     Not rely on memory.png
>     Super long alt text for the image:
>     Six illustrations, three that are more direct and three that are
>     more abstracted: A. thought bubble with a checklist inside, B.
>     Thought bubble with pinned sticky notes inside, C. Person's head
>     with a sticky note in the place of a brain, D. Sticky note with a
>     magic tail evoking the concept of leaving, E. Thought bubble with a
>     moving process showing the thought going away, F. Process symbol
>     with a sticky note inside of it

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