I’m often a victim of the “Curse of Knowledge” when it comes to Gingko. I’ve been embedded in it for so long, I find it hard to see it as a beginner. This makes it hard to explain why it works so well.
But this TED talk by designer Tom Wujec goes part of the way to explaining how three elements come together to help us gain clarity:
- Node-based thinking.
- Freedom to move and to group nodes.
- Ability to work together, in parallel and in silence.
Gingko not only allows, but encourages, all three of these elements.